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1986 Annual 




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Minutes of the 
One Hundred Third Annual Session 

West Chowan 
Baptist Association 

held with the 

AULANDER BAPTIST CHURCH 
Tuesday afternoon & evening, October 21, 1986 

and the 

ASHLEY'S GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 
Wednesday morning & afternoon, October 22, 1986 

The 1987 Sessions Will Be Held: 

Tuesday, October 20, 1987 with the 
GALATIA BAPTIST CHURCH 
Preacher: Rev. Hugh Mizelle 
Alternate: Rev. Freddie Harris 

and 

Wednesday, October 21, 1987 
ASKEWVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH 
Preacher: Rev. Jimmy Ward 
Alternate: Rev. Shelby Stephens 



SPRING MEETING 
Tuesday, April 28, 1987 
CENTER GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 



Dedication 




The 1986 Annual of the West Chowan Baptist Association is dedicated to 
Rev. and Mrs. Henry Powell. They have served the Association as Director of 
Missions and Secretary for 12 years. 

Mr. Powell is a native of Spartanburg County, South Carolina. He was edu- 
cated in the public schools of Spartanburg County, graduating from Boiling 
Springs (SC) High School in 1938; North Greenville College in 1940; Furman 
University, (B. A.) in 1942. In 1946 he received the Master's Degree in Theology 
from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Fort Worth, Texas. 

While a student at Southwestern he served the Hepzibah Baptist Church, 
Winnsboro, Texas, as pastor, 1945-46. 

On January 21, 1947, he began a 40-year-career as Associational Missionary 
in North Carolina; serving the old historical Sandy Creek Association for 3 Vi 
years (1947-50); the Green River for 9 years (1950-59); the Columbus for IVi 
years (1959-61); the Blue Ridge for nVi years (1961 to 1974); and the West 
Chowan since December 1974. 

Mary Hancock was born near Reidsville, North Carolina. As a preschooler 
she moved with her family back to Asheville. 

She was educated in the public schools of Asheville, graduating from the Lee 
H. Edwards High School in 1939. She received her A. A. Degree from Ashe- 
ville-Biltmore College (now U.N.C.- Asheville) in 1941; attended Mars Hill Col- 
lege one year; then graduated from the Southwestern Baptist Theological Semi- 
nary, Fort Worth, Texas with a Bachelor's Degree in Religious Education in 
1945. 

As a teen-ager she joined the First Baptist Church, Asheville where she was 
active in all youth activities: Sunday School, Church Training, Acteens. 

In the summer of 1945, prior to her marriage to Henry Powell, she served as 
a summer worker with the N.C. Baptist State Convention's Church Training 
Department. 

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During these 40 years she has ably assisted in every phase of church work, 
serving in the local churches as Sunday School teacher, W.M.U. Director, 
Director of Senior Adult Activities, etc. She served two churches in the Blue 
Ridge Association as Minister of Education and Youth. 

For the past 20 years she has served as Associational Secretary. In addition 
she has served as Associational W.M.U. Director, Mission Study Director, 
Sunday School and Church Training Preschool Leader, and as Associational 
Clerk. 

She served one three-year term on the State W.M.U. Executive Board. She is 
a Preschool Special Worker for the State S.S. and Church Training Depart- 
ments and a writer of Preschool materials for the Baptist Sunday School Board 
in Nashville, Tennessee. 

The Powells have five children. Patricia Ann is a graduate of Mars Hill Col- 
lege and a M.Ed, graduate of Tampa University. She is a high school science 
teacher in Tampa. Robert Henry is a graduate of Wake Forest University and is 
an analytical chemist for R.J. Reynolds in Winston-Salem. Mrs. Johnny Sadler 
is a graduate of Mars Hill College and a M.R.E. graduate of Southwestern 
Seminary. She served as Minister of Education and Youth at the First Baptist 
Church, Old Fort, North Carolina and McGill Avenue Baptist Church, Con- 
cord, prior to her marriage last year. Mrs. Steve Clemmons is a graduate of 
UNC-Greensboro and is a Special Ed teacher in the Randolph County School 
System. Mary Ruth is a graduate of Campbell University and a Clerical Cer- 
tificate graduate of Chowan. She is employed by Ahoskie Family Physicians in 
Ahoskie. 



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Table of Contents 



Title Page i 

Dedication ii 

Associational Directory 1 

General Officers 1 

Lay Members of General Board 2 

Standing Committees 3 

Messengers 4 

Historical Events 6 

Meeting Schedule for 1980s 7 

Constitution 8 

Proceedings of 103rd Annual Session 18 

Reports 21 

General Board 21 

Mission Committee 21 

Evangelism Committee 22 

Ordination Committee 22 

Seminary Extension Committee 23 

Nominating Committee 23 

Sunday School 24 

Church Training 24 

Woman's Missionary Union , 25 

Brotherhood 26 

Music 27 

Early Bird Clerks 27 

Associational Missions 28 

Associational Treasurer 29 

Budget/Finance Committee 31 

Chowan College 33 

History of Churches 35 

Aulander 35 

Ashley's Grove 35 

Spring Meeting 36 

History of Elm Grove 37 

History of Bertie Union Meeting 40 

Memorials 45 

Historical Table 48 

Church Directory 49 

Ordained Ministers 49 

Minister of Education/Youth 49 

Pastors 49 

Music Directors 51 

Organists/Pianists 52 

Sunday School Directors 53 

Church Training Directors 55 

Brotherhood Directors 55 

W.M.U. Directors 56 

Chairman of Deacons 57 

Media/Library Directors 58 

Clerks 58 

Treasurers 60 

Statistical Tables 63 

Associational Map Center of Book 



Associational Directory 



General Officers 

MODERATOR 

Nathan Copeland, III, P.O. Box 237, Windsor 27983; (O) 794-4041, (H) 794-4352 

VICE-MODERATOR 
Mrs. Billy Harris, Rt. 1 Box 193, Pendleton 27867; 585-1147 

CLERK 

Floyd Barmer, Rt. 2 Box 351, Colerain 27924; 356-2876 
TREASURER 

Miss Sally Ann Barber, Rt. 2 Box 22, Ahoskie 27910; (O) 332-3594, (H) 332-2547 

SUNDAY SCHOOL 
Herman Hicks, Rt. 1 Box 62F, Ahoskie 27910; (C) 332-3719, (H) 332-6968 

CHURCH TRAINING 
Frank Stansbury, P.O. Box 415, Winton 27986; 358-3781 

BROTHERHOOD DIRECTOR 
Dave Holladay, Rt. 1 Box 90, Pleasant Hill 27866; 589-1071 

MUSIC DIRECTOR 
Miss Anna Belle Crouch, 411 Union St., Murfreesboro 27855; 398-3530 

Woman's Missionary Union 



Director Mrs. Roger Miller, Rt. 2 Box 68C, Ahoskie 27910 

Asst. Director Ms. Julia O. Hughes, P.O. Box 401, Colerain 27924 

Secretary/Treasurer Mrs. Jean Dilday, Rt. 4 Box 428, Ahoskie 27910 

B.W. Director Mrs. Julian C. Bryant, Rt. 3 Box 204, Windsor 27983 

Asst. B.W. Director Mrs. Jimmy Hoggard, Rt. 1 Box 98, Cofield 27922 

Y.B.W. Director Mrs. John Eoyd Mizelle, Rt. 2 Box 312, Colerain 27924 

Asst. Y.B.W. Director Mrs. Charlie Cullipher, Rt. 2 Box 1 10, Colerain 27924 

B.Y.W. Director Mrs. Keith Britton, Rt. 1 Box 151F, Woodland 27897 

Asst. B.Y.W. Director Miss Beth Ward, P.O. Box 14, Winston 27986 

Acteens Director Mrs. Jim Harris, Rt. 2 Box 108, Ahoskie 27910 

Asst. Acteens Director Miss Cornelia Sumner, P.O. Box 212, Potecasi 27867 

G.A. Director Mrs. Frank Stansbury, P.O. Box 415, Winton 27986 

Asst. G.A. Director Mrs. James B. Edwards, P.O. Box 94, Colerain 27924 

Mission Friends Director Mrs. Bobby Robbins, P.O. Box 185, Rich Square 27869 

Asst. Mission Friends Director Mrs. W.H. Rose, Rt. 2 Box 68B, Ahoskie 27910 

Mission Action Director Mrs. Robert E. Brinkley, Rt. 1 Box 20, Ahoskie 27910 

Mission Study Mrs. Cecil Aldridge, Rt. 1 Box 334, Colerain 27924 

Mission Support Mrs. Coleman Thomas, P.O. Box 68, Merry Hill 27957 

Centennial Director Mrs. R.G. Whitley, Rt. 1 Box 50, Como 27818 



Director of Associational Work 

Lonnie R. Armstrong 



Lay Members of the General Board 



Ahoskie Mrs. William Springfield, 723 W. Church St., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Ray Bryant, Rt. 2, Murfreesboro 27855 

Askewville Dancy G. White, Rt. 3 Box 192, Windsor 27983 

Bethel Fenton Mayle, Rt. 1 Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem Dennison Wiggins, Rt. 1 Box 40, Co field 27922 

Buckhom Mrs. R.G. Whitley, Rt. 1 Box 50, Como 27818 

Capeharts Mrs. Dannie McClenny, Rt. 1 Box 39, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Robert B. Spivey, 306 Sutton Dr., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove David Brinkley, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 92X, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor R.W. Baker, Jr., P.O. Box 27, Harrellsville 27942 

Malcolm Morris, P.O. Box 85, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Mrs. Julia Hughes, P.O. Box401, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa L.B. Chamblee, Rt. 2 Box 111, Aulander 27805 

Conway Ed Rawls, P.O. Box 433, Conway 27820 

Creeksville Earl Lassiter, Rt. 2 Box 314, Conway 27820 

Earlys R.E. Brinkley, Rt. 1 Box 20, Ahoskie 27910 

Elam Z.L. Davenport, P.O. Box 85, Gumberry 27838 

Elm Grove Starkey Jernigan, Rt. 2 Box 296, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Elliott Davis, Rt. 1 Box 59, Seaboard 27876 

Green's Cross George Harden, Rt. 2 Box 242, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Richard Liverman, Rt. 1 Box 100-A, Cofield 27922 

Holly Grove Thomas Ruffin, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 280, Ahoskie 27910 

Hortons J.E. Phelps, Box 336, Aulander 27805 

Jackson R.F. Lowry, Box 502, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Marion Vick, Box 128, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Keith Britton, Rt. 1 Box 151-F, Woodland 27897 

Lawrence W.G. Sallenger, Rt. 2 Box 524, Windsor 27983 

Mars Hill Harvey L. Pearce, Rt. 1 Box 217, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Vernon Joyner, Rt. 1 Box 420, Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Mrs. Ernestine Northcott, Rt. 1, Woodland 27897 

Merry Hill Bert C. Willis, Jr., Box 145, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Tabor CM. King, Rt. 1 Box 368-A, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro J.M. Jenkins, 508 Lakeview Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Pleasant Grove Jerry Baker, Rt. 1 Box 47- A, Kelford 27847 

Powellsville William K. Askew, Rt. 1 Box 153, Ahoskie 27910 

Republican Wilson Jernigan, Rt. 1, Windsor 27983 

Robert's Chapel Rev. Randolph Phillips, Box 65, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Paul Basham, Rt. 3 Box 367, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run A.V. Hall, Box 85, Roxobel 27S72 

Seaboard Southgate Britt, Rt. 1 Box 193, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Frank L. Ferguson, P.O. Box 151, Severn 27877 

St. John's Troy Cox, P.O. Box 657, Aulander 27805 

Union William Charles, Rt. 2 Box 48-C, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon John H. Perry, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Winton W.W. Felton, P.O. Box 66, Winton 27986 

Woodland Miss Roberta Outland, P.O. Box 445, Woodland 27897 



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Standing Committees 



COMMITTEE ON ORDER OF BUSINESS 

Chairman: Mrs. Billy Harris Rt. 1 Box 193, Pendleton 27862 

Marshall Williford 503 Bazemore St., Windsor 27983 

Claude King Rt. 1 Box 368- A, Murfreesboro 27855 

Cecil Aldridge Rt. 1 Box 334, Colerain 27924 

Joe McLean P.O. Box 445, Jackson 27845 

COMMITTEE ON NOMINATIONS 

Chairman: Kenneth Bunch Rt. 2 Box 146, Windsor 27983 

Mark Morris 502 Lloyd St., Ahoskie 27910 

Mrs. Lillian Norvelle Star Rt. Box 40, Colerain 27924 

Windell Patterson P.O. Box 128, Pendleton 27862 

Mrs. Lester Long Rt. 1 Box 28-B, Seaboard 27876 

Thad Harris P.O. Box 32, Seaboard 27876 

Mrs. Rhodes Pratt Rt., Box 179, Merry Hill 27957 

Bill Harkins P.O. Box 160, Aulander 27805 

William Charles Rt. 2 Box 48-C, Ahoskie 27910 

COMMITTEE ON TRUSTEES 

Chairman: Ray Dixon Rt. 1 Box 361 -B, Murfreesboro 27855 

Russell Johnson, Jr P.O. Box 7, Conway 27820 

Jack Williford Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

COMMITTEE ON CONSTITUTION 

Chairman: Bobby Cross 104 Edgewood Dr., Ahoskie 27910 

Ben L Mann P.O. Box 37, Pendleton 27862 

Joseph D. Blythe Harrellsville 27942 

COMMITTEE ON ORDINATION 

Chairman: Bob Rogers P.O. Box 589, Rich Square 27869 

Jim Harris Rt. 2 Box 104, Ahoskie 27910 

John Spencer P.O. Box 357, Seaboard 27876 

COMMITTEE ON MEMORIALS 

Chairman: Charles Smith P.O. Box 95, Roxobel 27872 

Miss Helen Griffin Woodland 27897 

Mrs. William Lawrence 214 Liberty St., Murfreesboro 27855 

COMMITTEE ON HISTORY 

Chairman: Hargus Taylor (1989) 101 Springlake Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Mrs. Jennings White (1987) Conway 27820 

Dwight Tinkham (1988) Rt. 1 Box 251, Murfreesboro 27855 

Mrs. Lucille Taylor (1990) Severn 27877 

Mrs. Beth White (1991) Merry Hill 27957 



COMMITTEE ON MEMBERSHIP 

Chairman: Gerald Riggs (1988) 513 Meherrin Ln., Murfreesboro 27855 

Gordon Rawls ( 1 987) Rt. 3 Box 3 1 1 , Windsor 27983 

Freddie Harris (1989) Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Roy F. Lowry (1990) P.O. Box 502, Jackson 27845 

Harry Ward (1991) P.O. Box 434, Winton 27986 

COMMITTEE ON SEMINARY EXTENSION 

Chairman: Thomas Caulkins (1987) 500 Lakeview Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Shelby Stephens (1988) P.O. Box 126, Colerain 27924 

Larry McCarty (1989) P.O. Box 39, Kelford 27847 

COMMITTEE ON LIBRARIES 

Chairman: Mrs. Louise Garrett 421 W. First St., Ahoskie 27910 

Mrs. John S. Vaughan P.O. Box 367, Woodland 27897 

Mrs. R.C. Mason P.O. Box 6, Harrellsville 27942 

Mrs. James E. Langford P.O. Box 663, Ahoskie 27910 



AHOSKIE, FIRST 
Mrs. Henry Joyner 
Mrs. CD. Wiggins, Jr. 
Mrs. Wm. Springfield 
Mrs. Lena Jernigan 
Mrs. Emily Miller 
Mrs. Ollie Brown 
Mrs. Ella Morris 
Mrs. Randy Britton 
Mrs. Joan Faunce 
Mrs. Dorothy Williford 

ASHLEY'S GROVE 
Thomas Colston 
Bertha Bolston 
Retha Vann 
Doris Askew 

ASKEWVILLE 

Mrs. Christine Cobb 
Mrs. Freddie Harris 
Mrs. Sarah Lee Mizelle 
Truett White 
Mrs. Jo Anne Mizelle 

AULANDER 

Mrs. Cleo Tinkham 
Mrs. Velma Williford 
Thomas P. Hale 
Mrs. Skippy Jenkins 



Messengers 

BETHANY 
Mattie Perry 
Ruby Hughes 
Josephine Perry 
Lucille Perry 

BETHEL 
Mattie Faison 
Fenton Mayle 
Reba Mayle 

BETHLEHEM 
Mrs. W.S. Bazemore 
Mrs. Hilda Tinkham 
Jessie Robertson 
Judy Robertson 

BRANTLEY'S GROVE 
E.M. Vann 
Ernestine Vann 

BUCKHORN 
Mrs. R G. Whitley 
Mrs. Livingston Sumner 
Mrs. Amos Archer 

CASHIE 

Mrs. Jack Byrd 
J.N. Pierce 
Mrs. J.N. Pierce 
Julian Phelps 



Mrs. Julian Phelps 
Mrs. Revah Rhodes 
Mrs. Virginia Hardison 

CENTER GROVE 
Mrs. Margaret Brinkley 
Mrs. Maude Dilday 
Mrs. Elva Harris 

CHRISTIAN HARBOR 
Lillian Norvelle 
Paul Lassiter 
Malcolm Morris 

COLERAIN 

Mrs. Odell Mitchell 
Mrs. Linwood Mitchell 
Mrs. A.C. Holloman 
Linwood Mitchell 

CONNARITSA 
CD. Francis 
L.B. Chamblee 
Mrs. CD. Francis 
Miss Lulu Chamblee 

CONWAY 

Mrs. Henry Vick 
James Martin 
Mrs. Leroy Taylor 
Mrs. C.J. Watson 



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HEBRON 

Mrs. Wilma Perry 
Mrs. Dorothy Smith 



R.H. Johnson, Jr. 
Ed Rawls 
Mrs. Ed Rawls 

CREECH MEMORIAL 
Stanley Horton 
Mrs. Stanley Horton 
Mrs. Velma Mitchell 
Mrs. Beulah Ferguson 
Lonnie Skinner 
Mrs. Lonnie Skinner 

CREEKSVILLE 
Mrs. Leroy Barrett 
Mrs. Grady Bridgers 
Mrs. Earl Lassiter 

EARLYS 

Mrs. L.W. Myers 
L.P. Britton 
Mrs. L.P. Britton 

ELAM 
Carlton Howell 
Mrs. Mattie Harris 
Mrs. Margaret Kee 
Mrs. Antionette 
Dunning 

ELM GROVE 
Starkey Jemigan 
Mrs. Mattie Jemigan 
Mrs. Doris J. Mizelle 
Aubrey Mizelle 
Mrs. Mary Jemigan 
Mrs. Helen Brown 

GALATIA 
Mrs. Pearl Taylor 
Mrs. Hettie B. Rose 
Clifton Deberry 
Mrs. Clifton Deberry 

GREEN'S CROSS 
Rhoda Lawrence 
Franklin Mizelle 
Mrs. Lucille Mizelle 
Mrs. Raleigh Castelloe 

HARRELLSVILLE 
Richard Liverman 
Mrs. Dorothy 

Holloman 
Mrs. R.C. Mason, Jr. 



HOLLY GROVE 

Miss Willie B. Bazemore 
Mrs. Cecil Narron 



Mrs. Annette Aldridge 
Mrs. Johnny Lou 
Northcott 

MENOLA 

Mrs. Mary Edwards 
Mrs. Wilma Snipes 

MERRY HILL 
Mrs. Janie Thomas 
Mrs. Dorothy Jackson 

MT. CARMEL 
Judy Barnes 
M.R. Parker 
Rosie Long 

MT. TABOR 
Mrs. Clara Tinkham 
Jerome Tinkham 
Mrs. Elizabeth Dixon 
Mrs. Glenn Benthall 
Claud King 
Mrs. Bates King 

MURFREESBORO 
Bela Udvarnoki 
Ruby Udvarnoki 
Antoinette Holloman 
Hargus Taylor 
Willie Adkins 

OAK GROVE 
Doug Miller 
Daris Dunlow 

PLEASANT GROVE 
Mrs. Margaret Dunning 
Mrs. Donald Jernigan 

POWELLSVILLE 
Mrs. Bessie Hudson 
Mrs. Rosalie Hollomon 
Shelton Freeman 

REPUBLICAN 
Mrs. Lydia White 
Mrs. Millie Stocks 
Mrs. Ruby Harmon 
Wilson Jernigan 

RICH SQUARE 
William Futrell 
Elizabeth Boyce 
Katrine Parker 
Mildred Parker 



HOLLY SPRINGS 
Lewter Perry 
Mittie Miller 
Olivia McKinley 
Helen Miller 

HORTON'S 
Cecil Hoggard 
J.E. Phelps 

Mrs. Charlie S. Powell 

JACKSON 
Roy F. Lowry 
W.J. Little 
Mrs. Joe D. McLean 

KELFORD 

Mrs. Mary Vick 
Mrs. Robin McCarty 
Mrs. Bemice Copeland 

LASKER 
Glaston Martin 
Wilson Askew 
Johnny Hawks 
Mrs. Elaine Davis 
Mrs. Blannie Britton 

LAWRENCE 
Mrs. Ruby White 
W.W. Daniels 

LEWISTON, FIRST 
Wanda McCoUough 
Robert Williford 
Ruth Williford 

MARGARETTSVILLE 
Mildred Glover 
Leasie Hasty 
Nancy Vaughan 
Helen Vick 

MARS HILL 
Mrs. Margaret 

Davidson 
Mrs. Barbara Sue 

Davidson 



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RIVERSIDE 
Rhodes Pratt 

ROBERT'S CHAPEL 
Randolph Phillips 
Mrs. Ruth Phillips 
Mrs. Emma Gay 
Stephenson 

ROSS 
Mrs. Fannye W. 

Nemond 
Mrs. Hazel Jernigan 
Mrs. Rena M. Todd 
Mrs. Corinne F. Miller 

SANDY RUN 

Mrs. Charles L. Smith, 
Sr. 

Mrs. A.V. Hall 
Mrs. Cleo Minton 

SEABOARD 

Mrs. J.W. Joyner 
Mrs. C.C. Howell 
Mrs. Mary Casper 



SEVERN 
Velma High 
Mildred Tyler 

SILOAM 

Mrs. Susan Baughn 
Mrs. Elsie Mobley 
Arthur Leggett 
Mrs. Josephine Leggett 

ST. JOHN'S 
Bessie Burkett 
Antionette Blowe 
Josephine Askew 
Clara Shores 
Sallie Mae Britton 
Virginia Harris 



WAKELON 
Roy Matthews 
John H. Perry 

WINTON 

Mrs. Frank Stansbury 
Harry Ward 
Mrs. Harry Ward 
Herbert Brett 
Emma R. Parker 
Mrs. Nancy Watson 
Mrs. Grafton Piland 
Mrs. Alston Askew 

WOODLAND 
Mrs. Hannah Vaughan 
Mrs. Sarah Liverman 
Mrs. Nancy Timberlake 
Mrs. Elsie Whitley 
Miss Roberta Outland 



UNION 

Mrs. Louise Lassiter 
Mrs. Richard Draper 
Mrs. Edith Dunn 



Historical Events 

BETHANY : Renovated educational plant and dedicated new organ. 

BETHEL: Started Wednesday night prayer service May 7, 1986, for the first time ever. 

CENTER GROVE: Installed new roof on church building. 

COLERAIN: Constructed a storage and utility building; memorial gift from Britt 
estate; memorial gift of Magee property. 

CONNARITSA: Gutters installed on side and back of church, storm door installed at 
front door; classrooms and halls painted; house and lot of Vernon and Rachel 
Hoggard was deeded to the church by Richard and Wertie Bazemore in memory of 
Rachel Hoggard; memorial donation given by Mrs. Myrtle Howard Harrel in 
memory of parents, Joe and Mattie Howard. 

CONWAY: Completed new addition which houses the church offices, social hall, 
kitchen, and baths. 

CREEKS VILLE: Purchased a nativity scene for church; ordained Currie Lynn Burgess 
to ministry; added new columns to church building and dedicated them in memory 
of Grady Bridgers; installed storm doors and windows in fellowship hall; installed 
curtains and draperies in the parsonage; purchased a new copy machine for the 
church; and called Dalton Coppedge as pastor. 

ELM GROVE: Purchased a church van, new piano, new floor covering in fellowship 
building, new church sign planter. 

GALATIA: Mrs. Billy Harris spent a week doing volunteer mission work in Panama; 
microwave oven presented to church kitchen as memorial gift. 



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GREEN'S CROSS: Purchased an Allen organ; observed 1 14th anniversary with home- 
coming; started a stained glass restoration fund. 

HARRELLSVILLE: Began holding congregational services twice each Sunday. 

HORTON'S: Shrubbery was added to the church yard with the help of Raymond 
Doughtie. Since he would not accept pay, a donation of $75 was sent to a church 
building in Chile which he began. 

KELFORD: Floors refmished in church and a copy machine and typewriter purchased. 

LASKER: Celebrated 80th anniversary on August 10, 1986, with homecoming services. 

MEHERRIN: A new van. 

MERRY HILL: Purchased new choir robes and church van; stained glass windows 
refmished; painted outside of building and roof. 

PLEASANT GROVE: Vinyl siding on church, including Sunday School area and fel- 
lowship hall; a woman elected as a deacon. 

REPUBLICAN: Church interior painted; a new roof installed and front doors 
repaired. 

SANDY RUN: Parents dedication of children to God's service; updated constitution 
and bylaws; participated in Good News America revivals; remodeled sanctuary 
walls; reorganized W.M.U.; homecoming and 236th anniversary celebration. 

SEABOARD: Mission trip to Fruitland Bible Institute in Hendersonville, N.C. to aid 
in construction work; received new pastor and wife from Skippers, VA. 

UNION: Dedicated the J.L. Darden, Sr. Educational Building. 

WINTON: Purchased van and paid off in less than a year. 

WOODLAND: Observed "Bessie Parker Day" honoring our 100-year-old member; 
made extensive repairs to sanctuary, educational building, and parsonage. 



Annual Session Schedule for the 1980's 



1987 

Spring Meeting - Center Grove Baptist Church 

Fall Meeting: 

First Day - Galatia Baptist Church 
Second Day - Askewville Baptist Church 

1988 

Spring Meeting - Winton Baptist Church 

Fall Meeting: 

First Day - Elam Baptist Church 
Second Day - Seaboard Baptist Church 

1989 

Spring Meeting - Lasker Baptist Church 

Fall Meeting: 

First Day - Colerain Baptist Church 
Second Day - Connaritsa Baptist Church 

1990 

Spring Meeting - Lewiston Baptist Church 

Fall Meeting: 

First Day - Meherrin Baptist Church 
Second Day - Kelford Baptist Church 



Holly Grove Baptist Church 

Margarettsville Baptist Church 
Republican Baptist Church 



Wakelon Baptist Church 

Mt. Carmel Baptist Church 
Pleasant Grove Baptist Church 



Ross Baptist Church 

Christian Harbor Baptist Church 
Horton's Baptist Church 

Bethlehem Baptist Church 

Holly Springs Baptist Church 
Ahoskie First Baptist Church 



Constitution 



NAME 

Article 1 . This body shall be known as the West Chowan Baptist Association of 
North Carolina. 

MEMBERSHIP 

Article 2. It shall be composed of messengers elected by the churches connected with 
this body and all ordained ministers who are pastors of said churches, together with the 
officers of this Association, and chairmen of all standing committees. Each church of 
100 members and under shall be entitled to two messengers, and for each additional 100 
members, an additional messenger, provided that no church shall have more than 10 
messengers. 

PURPOSE 

Article 3. The purpose of this Association shall be to inspire, encourage, and enlist its 
membership in a spirit of brotherly love and cooperation, for the promotion of the en- 
tire program of our denomination; to the end that the gospel of our Lord and Saviour 
Jesus Christ might be proclaimed with greater power and effectiveness in our Associa- 
tion, our State and Nation, and unto the uttermost part of the world. 

POWERS AND PREROGATIVES 

Article 4. The Association shall have no powers to infringe upon the sovereignty or 
rights of the churches. It is neither an ecclesiastical nor legislative council, nor a court of 
appeal. It may advise the churches and recommend measures of usefulness for their 
adoption, but cannot bind them in any way. There shall be full recognition of the auton- 
omy of the local church and there shall be full recognition of the autonomy of the Asso- 
ciation. However, in view of the combined wisdom, piety and intelligence of the Associ- 
ation, it justly claims the very highest consideration and regard for itself, its objects and 
its recommendations. 

Article 5. Any Baptist church in good standing approving the design, objects and 
principles of this Association, and holding the same doctrine and ordinances, may be 
admitted into fellowship upon two-thirds vote of the messengers. All applications shall 
be referred to the Membership Committee for study. Churches desiring membership 
should give notice by making application one year in advance. 

Article 6. The Association may dissolve its relation with any church that consistently 
refuses to support the design, objects and principles of the West Chowan Baptist Associ- 
ation. Any irregularities which are reported shall be referred to the Membership Com- 
mittee who will report their finds to the Fall Associational meeting. The relationship 
may be dissolved by a two-thirds vote of the messengers one year after irregularities have 
been brought to the attention of the Association. 

RIGHTS AND DUTIES 

Article 7. Every church will be requested to contribute a percentage of its gifts, or so 
much per resident member for defraying the expenses of the Association and for direc- 
tion of the promotional education and missionary work of the Association. This per- 
centage or amount shall be sent to the Associational Treasurer monthly by each church 
treasurer. 



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Article 8. Every church will send to every annual session of the Association a letter on 
the form adopted by the Association with such additional information as it may deem 
fitting. 

Article 9. Any church wishing to dissolve its relationship with the Association in 
order to transfer to another association may do so with a majority vote at any regular 
Associational meeting. 

ORGANIZATION 

Article 10. The officers of this Association shall be a Moderator, a Vice-Moderator, a 
Clerk, a Treasurer, a Parliamentarian, a Director of Sunday School, a Director of 
Church Training, a Director of Brotherhood, a Director of Woman's Missionary 
Union, a Director of Music, a Director of Missions Development, a Director of Stew- 
ardship Development, and a Director of Evangelism. They shall be elected on the first 
day of the Fall Session. The term of all officers shall commence at the conclusion of the 
Fall session at which they are elected and continue until their successors are elected at the 
Fall session of the Association. The Moderator and the Vice-Moderator may not be 
elected for more than two consecutive years. All nominations may be made by the Com- 
mittee on Nominations. 

DUTIES 

Article 11. It shall be the duty of the Moderator to open meetings punctually at the 
appointed time; to enforce the rules; to enforce order and to exercise all prerogatives of 
a presiding officer according to Robert's Rules of Order. 

Article 12. It shall be the duty of the Vice-Moderator to perform the duties of the 
Moderator in his absence. 

Article 13. It shall be the duty of the Clerk to attend and keep a full record of the 
meetings of the Association and to compile, edit and distribute to the churches the min- 
utes and data from the church letters in an annual report. He may appoint an assistant 
when necessary. He shall be paid such honorarium and expenses as the Association 
directs. 

Article 14. It shall be the duty of the Treasurer to receive, safeguard and distribute all 
funds of the Association. Disbursements of funds shall be in accordance with the budget 
adopted by the Association. He shall make quarterly reports to the Executive Promo- 
tion Committee and annual reports to the Fall session. He may be paid honorariums 
and expenses as the Association may direct. Non-budget items shall be approved by the 
Stewardship Development Committee. Treasurer shall be under bond. 

Article 15. The Parliamentarian shall assist the presiding officer in conducting the 
business of the Association according to Robert's Rules of Order. 

Article 16. The Director of Sunday School shall promote and supervise the Sunday 
School Program in the Association in cooperation with the Executive Promotion Com- 
mittee and the Director of Missions. 

Article 17. The Director of Church Training Program shall promote and supervise 
the Church Training Program of the Association in cooperation with the Executive Pro- 
motion Committee and the Director of Missions. 

Article 18. The Director of Brotherhood shall direct and supervise the program of 
Baptist men and boys in the Association in cooperation with the Executive Promotion 
Committee and the Director of Missions. 



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Article 19. The Director of Woman's Missionary Union shall direct and supervise the 
program for the women and girls in cooperation with the Executive Promotion Com- 
mittee and the Director of Missions. 

Article 20. The Director of Music shall promote and supervise the program of music 
in the Association in cooperation with the Executive Promotion Committee and the 
Director of Missions. 

THE EXECUTIVE PROMOTION COMMITTEE 

Article 21. The Executive Promotion Committee of the Association shall be com- 
posed of the following: Moderator, Vice-Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Parliamentari- 
an, Director of Wonkn's Missionary Union, Director of Missions, Director of Sunday 
School, Director of Church Training Program, Director of Brotherhood, Director of 
Music, Director of Stewardship Development, Director of Missions Development, 
Director of Evangelism, the pastor of each church in the Association, provided the 
pastor is a member of the church he represents, and one lay member elected from each 
church. 

It shall be the duty of the Executive Promotion Committee to transact whatever 
business may require attention of the Association between sessions which actions shall 
be binding on the Association. The Executive Promotion Committee of the Association 
shall function with those duly elected members present and voting. No percentage 
quorum is required for these meetings. The Executive Promotion Committee should 
meet quarterly, and submit a full report of its work to the Association together with rec- 
ommendations for the promotion and extension of the work, including the Associa- 
tional budget. 

The Associational Council of the Executive Promotion Committee will be composed 
of the officers of the Association and one representative elected by the Executive Pro- 
motion Committee from each county in the Association. This council will work in close 
harmony with the Director of Missions in plans and programs. The Associational Coun- 
cil of the Executive Promotion Committee shall function with those duly elected officers 
present and voting at any announced meeting. No percentage quorum is required for 
these meetings. 

In the event that any office, constituted by any article herein, becomes vacant during 
the Associational year, said office may be filled for the interim by appointment of the 
Associational Council. 

Article 22. The Director of Missions, whom the Association may employ, shall be 
under the direction of the Associational Council of the Executive Promotion Commit- 
tee. He shall promote and coordinate the work of the Association through the organiza- 
tions and programs; and carry out the missionary and extension plans of the Associa- 
tional Council. He shall be an ex officio member of all committees in an advisory and 
promotional capacity. 

AMENDMENTS 

Article 23. This Constitution may be altered at the Fall session of the body by a two- 
thirds vote of the messengers present and voting. However, a sixty-day notice of the pro- 
posed change shall be sent to the Chairman of the Associational Council of the Ex- 
ecutive Promotion Committee, and such proposed amendment shall be read on two 
consecutive days before the action on the same. 



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COMMITTEES AND THEIR DUTIES 

Article 24. The committees of the Association shall be divided into two categories. 
Section A. Committees to be appointed by the Moderator in advance of the Fall 
meeting. 

1 . A Committee on Enrollment consisting of six. This committee shall recognize and 
register all messengers and others attending the Association and report to the Associa- 
tion when called upon. 

2. A Committee on Committees consisting of two members from each of the coun- 
ties comprising the Association. This committee shall nominate for election by the Asso- 
ciation all standing committees and such other committees as may be assigned to it. This 
committee should make its primary report during the first session of the Fall meeting. 
This committee shall designate the chairman of each committee. 

Section B. Standing Committees which will serve through the year and which shall 
report at each session or as the need arises. 

1 . A Committee on Place and Preacher consisting of three, the duty of which shall 
be to recommend to the Association where the next Spring and Fall sessions shall meet 
and the preacher to deliver the annual sermon and his alternate. 

2. A Committee on Resolutions consisting of three, the duty of which shall be to 
draw up and present to the Association suitable resolutions of appreciation and expres- 
sions of sentiments on any matter chosen by the committee or referred to the committee 
by the Moderator of the Association. 

3. A Committee on Order of Business consisting of five. The Vice-Moderator shall 
be the chairman of this committee. It shall be the duty of this committee to present a 
printed report at both Spring and Fall meetings suggesting the order of business. This 
report should be acted upon as soon as feasible after the opening of the Association. 
When adopted, its report shall become the order of the Association and cannot be 
changed except by majority vote of the body. 

4. A Committee on Nominations consisting of three members from each of the 
counties composing the Association. This committee at the Fall meeting shall nominate 
representatives of the various institutions, the officers of the Association, and other of- 
ficers that may be necessary to execute the program of the Association. Nominations by 
this committee shall not preclude nominations from the floor. No officer of the Associa- 
tion shall hold more than one office at a time. The Nominating Committee should con- 
stantly seek the counsel of existing Associational officers when preparing their report. 
No name shall be submitted to the Association for election until that individual has 
agreed to serve if elected. 

5. A Trustees Committee consisting of three, the duty of which shall be to hold in 
trust any property, endowment, or other securities of the Association. 

6. A Committee on Ordination consisting of three. It shall be the duty of this com- 
mittee to make itself available to any church who has a candidate for the Gospel Minis- 
try. 

7. A Committee on History consisting of five members, one member elected each 
year for five years. This committee shall be responsible for compiling and maintaining a 
history of the Association. 

8. A Committee on Memorials consisting of three members elected each year, one 
from each county. This committee shall be responsible for suitably memorializing de- 
ceased members of the churches of the Association and other events as may be 
necessary. 



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9. A Committee on Membership consisting of five members, one member elected 
each year for five years. It shall be the duty of this committee to consult with churches in 
areas of Church-Association relationships and report the desire of the church as regards 
status in becoming member churches or in desire to withdraw fellowship. A committee 
from the church and this committee of the Association on membership shall work in all 
matters for harmony and good will among the churches. This committee functions at 
the request of the Associational Council of the Executive Promotion Committee and/or 
the Association meeting in the Fall. 

10. A Committee on the Constitutions consisting of three members being elected each 
year. This committee shall keep the constitution up to date and recommend revisions in 
accordance with the provisions of the constitution. 

1 1 . A Committee on Libraries consisting of four members elected each year. This 
committee shall be responsible for the development of the Associational Library organi- 
zation and will assist the churches in their library work when requested. 

12. A Committee on Seminary Extension consisting of three members, one member 
elected each year for three years. This committee shall plan the courses of study and 
make all arrangements for a balanced program of study. 

13. A Stewardship Development Committee consisting of a Director and nine 
members, three from each of the counties comprising the Association. 

This Committee shall prepare the Associational Budget, promote the cooperative pro- 
gram, designated offerings, promote stewardship development programs. It shall be the 
duty of this committee to audit the Treasurer's records and report to the Association. 

14. A Missions Development Committee consisting of a Director, a representative 
from W.M.U., Brotherhood and Sunday School. This committee shall challenge the 
churches to be on mission in discovering areas of unmet needs, to help churches to 
develop mission development committees to meet these needs, to help coordinate a joint 
effort between Sunday School, W.M.U., and Brotherhood in outreach ministries with 
particular emphasis on new work starts. It shall be the responsibility of the committee to 
recommend to the Associational Council mission priorities and plans. 

15. A Committee on Evangelism consisting of a Director and two members from each 
of the counties composing the Association. This committee shall promote evangelism, 
plan and promote any special evangelistic rallies, such as a simultaneous revivals, or 
other evangelistic activities or meetings. 

Article 25. Any regulation prior to this constitution which conflicts herewith is here- 
by repealed. 

Article 26. Baptist Faith and Message Statement. 

L THE SCRIPTURES 

The Holy Bible was written by men divinely inspired and is the record of God's reve- 
lation of Himself to man. It is a perfect treasure of divine instruction. It has God for its 
author, salvation for its end, and truth, without any mixture or error, for its matter. It 
reveals the principles by which God judges us; and therefore is, and will remain to the 
end of the world, the true center of Christian union, and the supreme standard by which 
all human conduct, creeds, and religious opinions should be tried. The criterion by 
which the Bible is to be interpreted is Jesus Christ. 



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II. GOD 



There is one and only one living and true God. He is an intelligent, spiritual, and per- 
sonal Being, the Creator, Redeemer, Preserver, and Ruler of the universe. God is in- 
finite in holiness and all other perfections. To Him we owe the highest love, reverence, 
and obedience. The eternal God reveals Himself to us as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, 
with distinct personal attributes, but without division of nature, essence, or being. 

A. God the Father 

God as Father reigns with providential care over His universe. His creatures, and the 
flow of the stream of human history according to the purposes of His grace. He is all 
powerful, all loving, and all wise. God is Father in truth to those who become children 
of God through faith in Jesus Christ. He is fatherly in His attitude toward all men. 

B. God the Son 

Christ is the eternal Son of God. In His incarnation as Jesus Christ, he was conceived 
of the Holy Spirit and born of the virgin Mary. Jesus perfectly revealed and did the will 
of God, taking upon Himself the demands and necessities of human nature and identi- 
fying Himself completely with mankind yet without sin. He honored the divine law by 
His personal obedience, and in His death on the cross, He made provision for the re- 
demption of men from sin. He was raised from the dead with a glorified body and ap- 
peared to His disciples as the person who was with them before His crucifixion. He 
ascended into heaven and is now exalted at the right hand of God where He is the One 
Mediator, partaking of the nature of God and of man, and in whose Person is effected 
the reconciliation between God and man. He will return in power and glory to judge the 
world and to consummate His redemptive mission. He now dwells in all believers as the 
living and ever present Lord. 

C. God the Holy Spirit 

The Holy Spirit is the Spirit of God. He inspired holy men of old to write the Scrip- 
tures. Through illumination. He enables men to understand truth. He exalts Christ. He 
convicts of sin, of righteousness and of judgment. He calls men to the Saviour, and ef- 
fects regeneration. He cultivates Christian character, comforts believers, and bestows 
the spiritual gifts by which they serve God through His church. He seals the believer un- 
to the day of final redemption. His presence in the Christian is the assurance of God to 
bring the believer into the fulness of the stature of Christ. He enlightens and empowers 
the behever and the church in worship, evangelism, and service. 

in. MAN 

Man was created by the special act of God, in His own image, and is the crowning 
work of His creation. In the beginning, man was innocent of sin and was endowed by 
His Creator with freedom of choice. By his free choice, man sinned against God and 
brought sin into the human race. Through the temptation of Satan, man transgressed 
the command of God and fell from his original innocence; whereby his posterity inherit 
a nature and an environment inclined toward sin, and as soon as they are capable of 
moral action become transgressors and are under condemnation. Only the grace of God 
can bring man into His holy fellowship and enable man to fulfill the creative purpose of 
God. The sacredness of human personality is evident in that God created man in His 
own image, and in that Christ died for man; therefore, every man possesses dignity and 
is worthy of respect and Christian love. 



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IV. SALVATION 



Salvation involves the redemption of the whole man, and is offered freely to all who 
accept Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour, who by His own blood obtained eternal re- 
demption for the believer. In its broadest sense, salvation includes regeneration, sanctifi- 
cation, and glorification. 

A. Regeneration, or the new birth, is a work of God's grace whereby believers become 
new creatures of Christ Jesus. It is a change of heart wrought by the Holy Spirit through 
conviction of sin, to which the sinner responds in repentance toward God and faith in 
the Lord Jesus Christ. 

Repentance and faith are inseparable experiences of grace. Repentance is a genuine 
turning from sin toward God. Faith is the acceptance of Jesus Christ and commitment 
of the entire personality to Him as Lord and Saviour. Justification is God's gracious and 
full acquittal upon principles of His righteousness of all sinners who repent and believe 
in Christ. Justification brings the believer into a relationship of peace and favor with 
God. 

B. Sanctification is the experience, beginning in regeneration, by which the believer is 
set apart to God's purposes, and is enabled to progress toward moral and spiritual per- 
fection through the presence and power of the Holy Spirit dwelling in him. Growth in 
grace should continue throughout the regenerate person's life. 

C. Glorification is the culmination of salvation and is the final blessed and abiding 
state of the redeemed. 

V. GOD'S PURPOSE OF GRACE 

Election is the gracious purpose of God, according to which He regenerates, sanc- 
tifies, and glorifies sinners. It is consistent with the free agency of man, and com- 
prehends all the means in connection with the end. It is glorious display of God's 
sovereign goodness, and is infinitely wise, holy, and unchangeable. It excludes boasting 
and promotes humility. 

All true believers endure to the end. Those whom God has accepted in Christ, and 
sanctified by His Spirit, will never fall away from the state of grace, but shall preserve to 
the end. Believers may fall into sin and through neglect and temptation, whereby they 
grieve the Spirit, impair their graces and comforts, bring reproach on the cause of 
Christ, and temporal judgments on themselves, yet they shall be kept by the power of 
God through faith unto salvation. 

VI. THE CHURCH 

A New Testament church of the Lord Jesus Christ is a local body of baptized believ- 
ers who are associated by covenant in the faith and fellowship of the gospel, observing 
the two ordinances of Christ, committed to His teachings, exercising the gifts, rights, 
and privileges invested in them by His Word, and seeking to extend the gospel to the 
ends of the earth. 

This church is an autonomous body, operating through democratic processes under 
the Lordship of Jesus Christ. In such a congregation, members are equally responsible. 
Its Scriptural officers are pastors and deacons. 

The New Testament speaks also of the church as the body of Christ which includes all 
of the redeemed of all the ages. 



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VII. BAPTISM AND THE LORD'S SUPPER 



Christian baptism is the immersion of a believer in water in the name of the Father, 
the Son, and the Holy Spirit. It is an act of obedience symbolizing the believer's faith in 
a crucified, buried, and risen Saviour, the believer's death to sin, the burial of the old 
life, and resurrection to walk in newness of life in Christ Jesus. It is a testimony to his 
faith in the final resurrection of the dead. Being a church ordinance, it is prerequisite to 
the privileges of church membership and to the Lord's Supper. 

The Lord's Supper is a symbolic act of obedience whereby members of the church, 
through partaking of the bread and the fruit of the vine, memorialize the death of the 
Redeemer and anticipate His second coming. 

VIII. THE LORD'S DAY 

The first day of the week is the Lord's Day. It is a Christian institution for regular ob- 
servance. It commemorates the resurrection of Christ from the dead and should be 
employed in exercises of worship and spiritual devotion, both public and private, and by 
refraining from worldly amusements, and resting from secular employments, work of 
necessity and mercy only being excepted. 

IX. THE KINGDOM 

The Kingdom of God includes both His general sovereignty over the universe and His 
particular kingship over men who willfully acknowledge Him as King. Particularly the 
Kingdom is the realm of salvation into which men enter by trustful, childlike commit- 
ment to Jesus Christ. Christians ought to pray and to labor that the Kingdom may come 
and God's will be done on earth. The full consummation of the Kingdom awaits the 
return of Jesus Christ and the end of this age. 

X. LAST THINGS 

God, in His own time and in His own way, will bring the world its appropriate end. 
According to His promise, Jesus Christ will return personally and visibly in glory to the 
earth; the dead will be raised; and Christ will judge all men in righteousness. The un- 
righteous will be consigned to Hell, the place of everlasting punishment. The righteous 
in their resurrected and glorified bodies will receive their reward and will dwell forever in 
Heaven with the Lord. 

XI. EVANGELISM AND MISSIONS 

It is the duty and privilege of every follower of Christ and of every church of the Lord 
Jesus Christ to endeavor to make disciples of ail nations. The new birth of man's spirit 
by God's Holy Spirit means the birth of love for others. Missionary effort on the part of 
all rests thus upon a spiritual necessity of the regenerate life, and is expressly and 
repeatedly commanded in the teachings of Christ. It is the duty of every child of God to 
seek constantly to win the lost to Christ by personal effort and by all other methods in 
harmony with the gospel of Christ. 

XII. EDUCATION 

The cause of education in the Kingdom of Christ is to coordinate with the causes of 
missions and general benevolence, and should receive along with these, the liberal sup- 
port of the churches. An adequate system of Christian schools is necessary to a complete 
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In Christian education, there should be a proper balance between academic freedom 
and academic responsibility. Freedom in any orderly relationship of human life is al- 
ways limited and never absolute. The freedom of a teacher in a Christian school, college, 
or seminary is limited by the preeminence of Jesus Christ, by the authoritative nature of 
the Scripture, and by the distinct purpose for which the school exists. 

XIII. STEWARDSHIP 

God is the source of all blessings, temporal and spiritual; all that we have and are, we 
owe to Him. Christians have a spiritual debtorship to the whole world, a holy trustee- 
ship in the gospel, and a binding stewardship in their possessions. They are therefore 
under the obligation to serve Him with their time, talents, and material possessions; and 
should recognize all these as entrusted to them to use for the glory of God and for help- 
ing others. According to the Scriptures, Christians should contribute of their means 
cheerfully, regularly, systematically, proportionately, and liberally for the advancement 
of the Redeemer's cause on earth. 

XIV. COOPERATION 

Christ's people should, as occasion requires, organize such associations and conven- 
tions as may best secure cooperation for the great objects of the Kingdom of God. Such 
organizations have no authority over one another or over the churches. They are volun- 
tary and advisory bodies designed to elicit, combine, and direct the energies of our peo- 
ple in the most effective manner. Members of New Testament churches should 
cooperate with one another in carrying forward the missionary, educational, and benev- 
olent ministries for the extension of Christ's Kingdom. Christian unity in the New Testa- 
ment sense is spiritual harmony and voluntary cooperation for common ends by various 
groups of Christ's people. Cooperation is desirable between the various Christian de- 
nominations, when the end to be attained is itself justified, and when such cooperation 
involves no violation of conscience or compromise of loyalty to Christ and His Word as 
revealed in the New Testament. 

XV. THE CHRISTIAN AND THE SOCIAL ORDER 

Every Christian is under obligation to seek to make the will of Christ supreme in his 
own life and in human society. Means and methods used for the improvement of society 
and the establishment of righteousness among men can be truly and permanently helpful 
only when they are rooted in the regeneration of the individual by the saving grace of 
God in Christ Jesus. The Christian should oppose in the spirit of Christ every form of 
greed, selfishness, and vice. He should work to provide for the orphaned, the needy, the 
aged, the helpless, and the sick. Every Christian should seek to bring industry, govern- 
ment, and society as a whole under the sway of the principles of righteousness, truth, 
and brotherly love. In order to promote these ends. Christians should be ready to work 
with all men of good will in any good cause, always being careful to act in the spirit of 
love without compromising their loyalty to Christ and His truth. 

XVI. PEACE AND WAR 

It is the duty of Christians to seek peace with all men on principles of righteousness. 
In accordance with the spirit and teachings of Christ, they should do all in their power to 
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The true remedy for the war spirit is the gospel of our Lord. The supreme need of the 
world is the acceptance of His teachings in all the affairs of men and nations, and the 
practical application of His law of love. 

XVII. RELIGIOUS LIBERTY 

God alone is Lord of the conscience, and He has left it free from the doctrines and 
commandments of men which are contrary to His Word or not contained in it. Church 
and state should be separate. The state owes to every church protection and full freedom 
in the pursuit of its spiritual ends. In providing for such freedom, no ecclesiastical group 
or denomination should be favored by the state more than others. Civil government be- 
ing ordained of God, it is the duty of Christians to render loyal obedience thereto in all 
things not contrary to the revealed will of God. The church should not resort to the civil 
power to carry on its work. The gospel of Christ contemplates spiritual means alone for 
the pursuit of its ends. The state has no right to impose penalties for religious opinions 
of any kind. The state has no right to impose taxes for the support of any form of 
religion. A free church in a free state is the Christian ideal, and this implies the right of 
free and unhindered access to God on the part of all men, and the right to form and 
propagate opinions in the sphere of religion without interference by the civil power. 




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Proceedings 



103rd Annual Session 
Tuesday, October 21, 1986 
AULANDER BAPTIST CHURCH 

1. A musical prelude was presented by organist, Mrs. Joseph Vaughan. 

2. The moderator, Nathan Copeland, III, called the 103rd Annual Session of West 
Chowan Baptist Association to order. 

3. Miss Anna Belle Crouch, association music director, led the congregation in sing- 
ing the hymn "Joy to the World." 

4. Thomas Hale, chairman of deacons at Aulander Church, read from Luke 9:1-26. 

5. A response to the welcome was given by the moderator. 

6. Vice-moderator, Mrs. Billy Harris, moved that the printed program with correc- 
tions in #10, and #11, be the order of business for the annual session. Motion car- 
ried. 

7. The moderator appointed the following committees: Enrollment Committee at 
Aulander - Chairperson: Mrs. Velma Mitchell Williford, Mrs. Herbert Jenkins, Mrs. 
Thad Evans; Enrollment Committee at Ashley's Grove - Chairperson: Mrs. Lora Oli- 
ver, Mrs. Hazel Vinson, Mrs. Rea Futrell; Committee on Committees - ChEiirman: Col- 
eman Thomas, Mrs. Mildred Dawson, Roy Lowry, Luther High, Michael Johnson, 
Mrs. Ann Holloman; Place and Preacher Committee - Chairman: J.N. Baggett, 
Richard Cooker, Gerald Riggs; Resolution Committee - Mrs. Betsy McLean, Harvey 
Jackson, Mrs. Ruby White; Parliamentarian - Harvey Jackson. 

8. The following new pastors were introduced by the Director of Missions, Henry 
Powell: 

Siloam - James Baughn Seaboard - John Spencer 

Capeharts - Larry Jones Riverside - Jim Buchanan 

Lawrence - Bobby Owens Cashie (R.E.) - John McGinnis 

Center Grove/Menola - Herman Hicks 
Joe McLean, president of the Pastors' Conference, presented each newcomer with a 
*goodie bag' which included associational minutes, maps of the three counties, guide- 
lines for the Pastors' Conference and a travel log. 

9. Mrs. Peggy Furlough, a visitor from Hamilton Home, expressed thanks from the 
residents of the home to the West Chowan Association for all of their help and sharing 
during the year. 

10. The congregation sang the hymn 'This Is My Father's World." 

1 1 . The General Board Report was given by the clerk, Mrs. Henry Powell. Early Bird 
Clerks were recognized. 

12. The Missions Committee report was given by chairman, Lonnie Armstrong. 

13. The Ordination Committee report was given by chairman, Lonnie Armstrong. 

14. The Evangelism Committee report was given by chairman. Jack Byrd. 

15. Miss Sally Ann Barber, associational treasurer, gave the Treasurer's report. 

16. In the absence of the chairman of the Stewardship/Finance Committee, Miss 
Barber presented the 1986-87 proposed budget. Budget was accepted. 

17. The Committee on Committees report was presented by Coleman Thomas, chair- 
man. Mrs. Lucille Taylor's name was deleted from the committee. Report was accepted. 

18. James Langford presented the report of the Committee on Nominations. Report 
was accepted. 



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19. In the absence of chairman, Bobby Cross, the Constitutional Change Committee 
report was presented by Lonnie Armstrong. This report was read the first day and will 
be voted on the second day. 

20. Lemar Wheeler gave a report on the association building. 

21 . Since time was almost gone, it was moved that the organizational reports be given 
after supper. Carried. 

22. The Seminary Extension Committee report was given by chairman, Thomas 
Caulkins. 

23. The congregation sang the hymn "Praise Him! Praise Him!" 

24. Hugh Mizelle read Matthew 28:16-20 and led in prayer. 

25. Special music was presented by Bert Steimle, Aulander. 

26. The message was preached by Wayne Simpson, pastor at Buckhorn Baptist 
Church. 

27. The congregation sang the hymn "Take the Name of Jesus with You." 

28. The Enrollment Committee reported 275 present from 55 churches. 

29. Thanks for the evening meal was given by Larry McClure, area missionary. 

EVENING SESSION 

30. The choir from Baptist Children's Home, Kinston, under the direction of Bill 
Morrow presented a concert prior to the opening of the evening session. 

31. The moderator called the evening session to order. 

32. The congregation sang the hymn "O Zion Haste." 

33. Kenneth Bunch read Colossians 1:12-19, 26, 29 and led in prayer. 

34. The history of Aulander Baptist Church was read by Thomas Hale. 

35. The moderator recognized Richard Cooke, chairman of the committee to honor 
retiring DOM, Henry Powell. A dinner will be held for the Powells on January 5 at 
Thomas Cafeteria Chowan College at 7:00 p.m. The cost will be $6.00 per person. The 
churches are asked to take an offering to be given to the Powells that night. 

36. A motion was made to dedicate the 1986 Minutes to the Powells. Motion carried. 

37. Shelby Stephens, association Sunday School Director, gave the Sunday School 
report . 

38. Frank Stansbury, association Church Training Director, gave the Church Train- 
ing report. 

39. Mrs. Roger Miller, association Woman's Missionary Union Director, gave the 
W.M.U. report. 

40. Dave Holladay, association Brotherhood Director, gave the Brotherhood report. 

41. Miss Anna Belle Crouch, association Music Director, gave the Music report. 

42. The congregation sang the hymn "O God We Pray for All Mankind." 

43. Mrs. Harris introduced Mrs. Bea McRae, former state W.M.U. president. 

44. Mrs. McRea brought the evening message. 

45. The congreation sang the hymn "Forward Through the Ages." 

46. Benediction was given by Jack Byrd. 

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22 
ASHLEY'S GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 

47. An organ prelude was played by Mrs. Vera Futrell from the Ashley's Grove 
Church. 

48. The moderator called the session to order. 

49. The congregation sang the hymn "The Morning Light Is Breaking." 



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50. John Oliver, pastor of Ashley's Grove Church, read Isaiah 30:21 and Ephesians 
1:5-17. Thomas Poston, a member of Ashley's Grove Church, led in prayer. The 
welcome was extended from the pastor. 

51. Response to the welcome was given by Roy Lowry of Jackson. 

52. The history of Ashley's Grove Church was read by Mr. Oliver. 

53. Report on association work was given by DOM, Henry Powell. He referred to his 
written report in the Book of Reports for information. He introduced Bobby Stafford 
from the office of Association Development Baptist State Convention, who spoke. 

54. The congregation sang the hymn "Wonderful Words of Life." 

55. Joe McLean introduced the next speaker, Charles Dorman from Southeastern 
Theological Seminary. 

56. Charles Dorman, Director of Student Field Services Southeastern Seminary, 
spoke. 

57. The congregaton sang the hymn "Jesus Is All the World to Me." 

58. Harvey Jackson, pastor of Republican Baptist Church, read from Judges 5 and 
led in prayer. 

59. Special music was presented by Ben Sutton of Murfreesboro Baptist Church and 
Chowan College. 

60. The morning message was presented by Cecil Harkey, Jr., pastor of Bethany 
Church. 

61. The congregation sang the hymn "Have Thine Own Way, Lord." 

62. Frank Stansbury gave thanks for the noon meal. 

AFTERNOON SESSION 

63. The moderator called the session to order. 

64. The congregation sang the hymn "Count Your Blessings." 

65. James Baughn, pastor of Siloam Church, read from Luke 8 and led in prayer. 

66. The Place and Preacher Committee gave their report. The place: October 20 at 
Galatia Church with Margarettsville as co-host; October 21 at Askewville Church with 
Republican Church as co-host. Preacher: first day Hugh Mizelle with Freddie Harris as 
alternate; second day James Ward with Shelby Stephens as alternate. The Spring 
Meeting will be at Center Grove Church with Holly Grove as co-host on April 28, 1987. 
This report was given by J.N. Baggett, committee chairman. 

67. Mrs. Joe McLean presented the Resolution Committee report. 

68. Joe Polinski, chairman of Memorials Committee, spoke to the memorials printed 
in the Book of Reports. 

69. The Enrollment Committee reported a total of 330 present for both days of the 
annual session. 

70. Lonnie Armstrong presented the second reading of the Constitution Change 
Committee. A motion was made and seconded to accept the constitution changes as 
presented. Carried. 

71. Richard Cooke, chairman of the Henry Powell Appreciation Committee, re- 
minded the congregation of the January 5 dinner for the Powells. 

72. The moderator read a letter from Dr. Bruce Whitaker, president of Chowan Col- 
lege. A motion was made to include the letter in the minutes. Carried. 

73. The congregation sang the hymn "Rescue the Perishing." 

74. Joe McLean introduced the afternoon speaker. Max Lancaster, Director of Sec- 
ondary Education Halifax County Schools. 



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75. Mr. Lancaster spoke on "Lay Witness Missions." 

76. The congregation sang the hymn "Blest Be the Tie That Binds." 

77. Luther High dismissed with prayer. 

78. The 1986 West Chowan Baptist Association annual session was adjourned. 



Reports 



General Board Report 

The General Board of West Chowan Baptist Association met four times during the 
associational year 1985-86. Nathan Copeland III, moderator, presided over each 
meeting. 

Each organizational director was given time to give a report and promote the work of 
his organization. Committee chairman gave reports of their work. 
During the year the General Board approved the following actions: 

1. To have a World Mission Conference in November 15-22, 1987. 

2. To hire a person to supervise the building of the association office using 
volunteer labor. 

3. To let the Bertie Union meeting become the Spring meeting of the associa- 
tion beginning this year (1986). This meeting will be held the fourth Tues- 
day in April and will be an afternoon and evening meeting. 

4. In April the following were elected to serve on the Search Committee for a 
new Director of Missions. 

Bertie County: Jack Byrd and Mrs. Patsy Bryant 
Hertford County: Mrs. Ruth Miller and William Lawrence 
Northampton County: Lonnie Armstrong and Dave HoUaday 
The new DOM would not begin his work until after January 21, 1987. 

5. Approved a revised job description for Director of Missions. 

6. Will recommend to the Fall session structural and terminology changes in 
the constitution. 

7. Will recommend to the Fall session the adoption of the proposed budget for 
1986-87 as presented by Bob Spivey, chairman of Stewardship/Finance 
Committee. 

Mary H. Powell, Clerk 

Missions Committee Report 

This has been a year of great excitement and anticipation for Volunteers in Missions. 
A good number of our folks have been involved in projects in Virginia, West Virginia, 
overseas, and perhaps in some other states. But most of all, we have been involved in 
projects across our state. Places like Caswell, Fruitland, and West Chowan, where 
buildings were being built and others being renovated. 

We want to express deep appreciation to all the churches and individuals who have 
committed themselves to such mission involvement. Our most grateful appreciation goes 



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to all the churches that have contributed money to the new associational office building, 
and to those men and women that have contributed time, food, and labor to make this 
building a reality. 

All of these same mission projects are still available plus much, much more. Let us 
pray that "The Lord of the harvest will send forth laborers into His harvest." 

Lonnie Armstrong, Chairman 

Evangelism Report 

The West Chowan Baptist Association had 32 of its churches participating in the 
*'Good News America, God Loves You" simultaneous revivals, March 9-16, 1986. 
These revivals were preceded by some very intense preparation led by an effective 
associational revival steering committee. This pre-revival preparation was fittingly 
climaxed with an impressive evangelistic rally at First Baptist Church, Ahoskie on 
February 24, 1986. Dr. Alfred Wright, pastor of Adamsville Baptist Church and former 
N.C. Baptist full-time evangelist, was the guest evangelist. Many of our participating 
churches have reported that these revivals were the best attended with more of the 
membership involved than ever before. Every indicator from our churches throughout 
the Southern Baptist Convention is that God blessed during this mighty simultaneous 
revival effort and total baptisms should show a healthy increase over former years when 
they have been down. 

Our association plans to have another evangelistic mass rally for all our churches in 
the spring of 1987. The date, time, and place will be announced later. Let us continue to 
give evangelism the top priority God intends for it to have in all of our churches 
throughout the West Chowan Baptist Association. If we would do this, we could better 
fulfill the Great Commission given to us by our Lord in Matthew 28:19-20. May God 
bless us and help us to be faithful soul winners for the Lord Jesus Christ. 

Jack W. Byrd, Chairman 

Ordination Committee Report 

The Ordination Committee has been called upon on two different occasions to ques- 
tion men who have answered the call to the ministry. 

The first of these was a request of the Creeksville Baptist Church to examine Currie 
Lyn Burgess. Our committee met on December 23, 1985, at the church, with several of 
their deacons who were invited to witness this examination. Mr. Burgess was asked to 
give his personal testimony concerning his salvation experience and call to the ministry. 
He also answered all the questions on the Bible, the Lordship of Christ, the Holy Spirit, 
and denominational questions to the satisfaction of the committee. The decision of the 
committee was unanimous to recommend to the Creeksville Baptist Church to proceed 
with the Ordination of Mr. Burgess. 

A second request came from the Lawrence Baptist Church to examine Mr. Bobby 
Owens, who was already serving as their pastor. The committee was convened on 
January 14, 1986, at the church. Mr. Owens shared with the committee his experience of 
a personal encounter with the Lord in being saved and his call to the ministry. Then he 
was questioned on his views of Christian Doctrine and the Bible, church ordinances, de- 



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nominational responsibilities. All of the questions were answered to the satisfaction of 
the committee. A unanimous decision was reached, and we made a recommendation to 
the Lawrence Baptist Church to proceed with ordination of Mr. Owens. 

Lonnie Armstrong, Chairman 

Seminary Extension Committee Report 

The Seminary Extension Department of the Southern Baptist Convention was estab- 
lished in 1951 by the Southern Baptist seminaries. This was in response to a need for 
continuing education for ministers and lay people. Under the auspices of the Seminary 
Extension Department two levels of courses (basic and college) are offered in several dif- 
ferent areas. 

In the spring of 1986, the Seminary Extension Committee of West Chowan Baptist 
Association offered to the people of the association an opportunity to study a course en- 
titled, "Understanding the Bible." Three persons, each from a different church, par- 
ticipated. 

Currently, in the fall of 1986, an effort is underway to strengthen and expand the ac- 
tivities of the Seminary Extension Committee in the West Chowan Association. 

Twelve men and women are engaged in study Christian ethics, the fundamentals of 
music, and church growth. This is an obvious improvement over the spring session 
although the program needs to be expanded and strengthened. 

Randolph Phillips is teaching the course in "Christian Ethics," Maryrose Lawrence is 
teaching the course in "Fundamentals of Music," and Henry Powell is teaching 
"Church Growth. 

The Seminary Extension Committee is also exploring the possibility of making avail- 
able to the people of the churches a course in "Clinical Pastoral Training." This is a new 
course developed by the seminaries and the Seminary Extension Department. It offers 
exciting possibilities for improving the quality of ministry in our churches. As soon as 
the details have been worked out, you will be receiving information on this new course. 

Questions about the Seminary Extension Committee are welcomed and you are in- 
vited to talk with the chairman of the committee. 

Thomas H. Caulkins, Chairman 
Nominating Committee Report 



Moderator Nathan Copeland III 

Vice-Moderator Mrs. Billy Harris 

Clerk Floyd Barmer 

Treasurer Miss Sally Ann Barber 

Sunday School Director Herman Hicks 

Church Training Director Frank Stansbury 

Brotherhood Director Dave Holladay 

R.A. Director 

Music Director Miss Anna Belle Crouch 



James E. Langford, Chairman 



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Sunday School Report 

1. The Associational ASSISTeam was composed of: Mary Powell, Creech Memorial 
Baptist Church; John Doyle, pastor of Harrellsville Baptist Church; Bill Harkins, 
pastor of Connaritsa Baptist Church; Tiffney Perry, Colerain Baptist Church; Luther 
High, pastor of Severn Baptist Church; Richard Cooke, pastor of Mount Tabor Baptist 
Church; Shelby L. Stephens, pastor of Colerain Baptist Church. 

2. State V.B.S. Training, February 27, 1986: host church was First Baptist Church, 
Tarboro. All members of ASSISTeam attended the meeting, including Bob Skeen who 
is now pastor of Gates Baptist Church. 

3. The Association V.B.S. Clinic was held April 29, 1986: host church was Aulander 
Baptist Church. One hundred and three (103) workers from 29 churches attended this 
one-night session. 

Conference Conference Leader 

Middle Preschool Mary Powell 

Older Preschool Shelby L. Stephens 

Younger Children Tiffney Perry 

Middle Children Luther High 

Older Children Richard Cooke 

Youth John Doyle 

Adult William "Bill" Harkins 

General Officers *Garland Toliver 

♦Garland led the conference in the 
place of Bob Skeen who moved to 
another church work. 

Let us continue to use this important area of church leadership as we lead men and 
women, boys and girls in Christian faith. 

Shelby L. Stephens 



Church Training Report 

The 1985-86 emphasis for Church Training has been "Developing Believers." This is 
a part of Bold Mission Thrust 1985-90. Church Training has the lead role in this em- 
phasis. There are five strategies to help accomplish this emphasis. They are: 
Strategy 1: Train Church Members 
Strategy 2: Provide In-depth Discipleship 
Strategy 3: Train New Members 
Strategy 4: Study Doctrine 
Strategy 5: Train Leaders 
During the past church year Church Training in our association: 
L Held "M" Night at Aulander Baptist Church, November 25, 1985. The guest speaker 
was Rev. Mike Cummings, pastor Mt. Airy Baptist Church, Burnt Swamp Associa- 
tion. 

2. Associational Church Training Team (ACCT) attended the Church Training Enabler 
Conference at Caraway Conference Center, January 10-11, 1986. 

3. Area Doctrine Seminar held at First Baptist Church, Ahoskie on February 11, 1986. 



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4. Associational Youth Night held at Woodland Baptist Church, April 12, 1986. Guest, 
"The Trinity," a musical group from Richmond, Virginia. 

5. Associational Children's and Youth Bible Drill Tournament at Galatia on April 24, 
1986. 

6. Associational Church Training Director attended Key Leadership Conference at 
Ridgecrest Conference Center May 12-14, 1986. 

7. Held leadership conference at Meherrin Baptist Church. 

8. Children and youth participated in State Bible Drill Tournaments in May 1986. There 
were winners from Galatia and Winton churches. 

9. Church Training Workshop for all teachers and officers, Ahoskie First, September 
29, 1986. 

Some of the goals set by our Associational Church Training Council are: 

1 . Begin two new Church Training programs 

2. Increase number of churches participating in youth and children's Bible Drills 
The following have served on the associational Church Training Council this past 

year: 

Frank Stansbury, Church Training Director 
Kenneth Bunch, Adult 
Elaine Coburn, Youth 
Janie Stansbury, Children 
Reba Mayle, Preschool 

Wayne Simpson, New Church Member Training 

The first event for the 1986-87 year is "M" Night. This will be held at Bethel Baptist 
Church on Monday night, November 24, 1986. 

I appreciate the support I have received from the pastors and lay people in helping us 
in Church Training, "Developing Belivers" in West Chowan Association. 

Frank Stansbury, Director 

Woman's Missionary Union Report 

Woman's Missionary Union is growing in West Chowan Association. Women and 
preschoolers are learning about missions and doing mission action. We aire a part of 
Bold Mission Thrust. We challenge each church to become an active and vibrant 
W.M.U. organization. Reach more women and preschoolers during 1987, use your 
prayer calendar every day and do more personal witnessing in your every day walk. 

We are still excited at our Baptist Women's World Day of Prayer held at Ahoskie 
First on November 4. Results from our prayer chain are still being seen and heard. They 
had a Recognition Service in Murfreesboro with an overflow crowd. 

Young Baptist Women had their banquet at Mars Hill with a good attendance. They 
used the Associational Council 100 years of fashion for their program. 

Baptist Young Women had their banquet at Riverside with "Skeet" Hadley of Ocean 
View Ministries as their guest speaker. 

Acteens had a lock-in at Askewville. Jack and Bertie Ann Yates were the speakers. 
The Acteen Leader Banquet in Union had the theme "Hawaiian Luau" and Gloria 
Thompson was the speaker. 

The Girls in Action activities included camps at Chowan College, Father-Daughter- 
Pastor Banquet with Jack and Bertie Yates speaking; Christmas in August at Cashie 
with Donald Davis, missionary to Uruguay; a trip to state office in Cary. 



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Mission Friencjs had a leader banquet at Ahoskie First with Corene Harris (Panama 
trip) speaking. 

Mission Action prepared our boxes for Odom prison. Brotherhood delivered. We had 
a mission fair which included conferences on Hospice, jail ministry, abused families, 
etc. There were two personal witnessing training sessions - one at Potecasi and one at 
Askewville. 

We had Pastors' Appreciation Night at Chowan College with about 90 in attendance. 
Dr. Chamblee from Chowan did our program. Council also had Mr. George Shore, 
Raleigh, to teach the book Our Situation Is Different. 

Most of our churches celebrate 100 years old this year starting with the 100 days of 
prayer ending in Raleigh at our W.M.U. Convention. The Associational Council had a 
banquet the first night in Raleigh and signed picture for the centennial year. This was the 
first year in a long time we made our trip to W.M.U. Convention without Jay Porter. 
She will be missed by W.M.U. in West Chowan Association. 

Mrs. Ruth Miller, Director 

Brotherhood Report 

We have come to the close of another busy year for our Brotherhoods. Our Brother- 
hoods have been involved in many mission activities during this past year. These activi- 
ties include supplying firewood to the needy, cutting of grass for widows, fruit baskets 
for the needy at Christmas, and delivery of the associational gifts at Christmas to Odom 
Prison. One Brotherhood went to a Substance Abuse Treatment Center and had services 
and singing for the patients there. Another group spent a week at Fruitland Bible Insti- 
tute. While there they replaced the roof on a building and painted several apartments. 
Our Brotherhoods have also donated many hours of labor to the building of our new 
associational office. These are just a few of the things our Baptist Men are doing. 

It has also been a year of training as we have tried to better equip ourselves to serve 
our Lord. I attended the Key Leadership Conference at Ridgecrest and found what N.C. 
Baptist Men are doing and the programs that are available to us. Several of our Baptist 
Men's groups attended a meeting near Edenton. We inspected and received information 
about the Disaster Relief Van that is sponsored by N.C. Baptist Men. We listened to 
David Langford, Director of the Brotherhood Department of the N.C. Baptist State 
Convention, as he challenged us to greater service for our Lord. 

We had a Brotherhood Leadership Conferece at Meherrin Baptist Church. It was 
conducted by our own Rev. Frank Stansbury for the Brotherhood and by Tommy 
Puckett, from the state office, for R.A.'s. Practical ideas, goals, and plans to help us 
next year were offered. 

This has been a good year for Brotherhood. We are moving forward and becoming 
more involved in mission work. I want to thank each of you for your help and I look 
forward to serving you this year. 

Dave HoUaday, Director 



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Music Report 



Musicians of the West Chowan Baptist Association have had a full year of service in 
music ministry. 

1 . The associational Music Director attended the State Leadership Conference at 
Ridgecrest. 

2. Local church music directors and choir members attended the volunteer 
workshops at Caraway during the year. 

3. The church choirs presented music at weekly worship services, special occasions, 
revivals, and programs for various groups throughout the communities. 

4. Twenty-seven directors and accompanists were involved in the leadership con- 
ference to prepare for the "Good News America, God Loves You" Crusade. 

5. Thirty- five church music leaders were the choir for the evangelistic rally in 
January and presented music for the services. 

6. Several churches in Northampton County joined Robert's Chapel Baptist 
Church for a choir workshop in January. 

7. Cards were sent to all of the directors for the crusade rally in January. 

8. Cards were sent and phone calls were made to the individual directors giving in- 
formation about upcoming events and directions for activities of the year. 

9. Telephone contacts were made to give encouragement for participation in the 
evangelistic crusade, for meeting at Caraway, the regional music conference in 
Edenton, and the Seminary Extension course on the fundamentals of music at 
Creech Memorial Baptist Church this fall. 

10. Music was planned and directed at the "Good News America, God Loves You" 
evangelistic rally as well as the associational spring and fall meetings. 

1 1 . The West Chowan Baptist Association will receive a Basic Actions Standard of 
Excellence certificate for the Associational Music Program in 1985-86. We can 
be thankful for the hours and energy given for the local music services. 

The accompanists for the associational meeting will be: 

October 21, Aulander Baptist Church: organist - Mrs. Joseph Vaughan, 

pianist - Mrs. Arba Godwin. 
October 22, Ashley's Grove Baptist Church: organist - Mrs. Franklin 
Futrell, pianist - Mrs. Vincent Tilson. 
As another church year begins, more new members are being reported for the various 
musical challenges. There continues to be a need for talents to be used in music. 

Let us be involved in singing praises to God with the great miracle of the voice and us- 
ing the instruments to be played for His glory and honor. Let us pray for one another, 
that God's will may be done in our lives of service. 

Thank you for this year. God be with you until we meet again in person, by 
telephone, or letters. 

Miss Anna Belle Crouch, Director 
Early Bird Clerks 

The following church clerks had their church letters to the associational clerk on or 
before the deadline of October 7. They are listed alphabetically and not in the order in 
which they were received. 

CLERK CHURCH 

Mrs. Faye L. Vinson Ashley's Grove 

T.H.Griffith Aulander 

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Mrs. Carolyn Lawrence Bethany 

Mrs. Charlie Godwin Brantley's Grove 

William Lawrence Buckhorn 

Miss Janie Lee Hughes Cashie 

Otis C. Payne Center Grove 

Mrs. T.L. Norvelle Christian Harbor 

Linwood Mitchell Colerain 

Mrs. Clyde D. Francis Connaritsa 

Mrs. Lee J. Duncan Conway 

MRS. LEROY BARRETT - September 29 Creeksville 

Mrs. Carolyn Brinkley Earlys 

Thad Harris Elam 

Floyd Barmer Elm Grove 

Mrs. Henry Britton Galatia 

Mrs. George Harden Green's Cross 

R.C. Mason, Jr Harrellsville 

Miss Willie B. Bazemore Holly Grove 

Mrs. C.S. Powell Hortons 

Mrs. T.A. Stephenson Jackson 

Mrs. Beatrice Copeland Kelford 

Mrs. Wilson Askew Lasker 

Mike Edwards Lawrence 

Mrs. Helen Vick Margarettsville 

Mrs. Peggy R. Jones Mars Hill 

Mrs. Kate Barber Menola 

CM. King Mt. Tabor 

Mrs. Pearl Dunlow Oak Grove 

Reddick White, Jr Republican 

Clyde Anders Siloam 

Floyd M. Perry , Wakelon 

Mrs. Gloria J. Thum Winton 

Mrs. Valentine White Woodland 



Associational Missions 

Associational Missions is still the key to our S.B.C. World Missions program. 
Because it is closest to the churches and the most numerous of our mission organiza- 
tions, it has the unique opportunity to provide the churches with the assistance they need 
in fulfilling their Great Commission. 

The Southern Baptist Convention and the Baptist State Convention cannot provide 
the personal contacts to the churches that they need. There are 36,000 churches working 
through the S.B.C. The primary emphasis of the S.B.C. is Foreign Missions, Home 
Missions, the Seminaries, the Radio/T.V. Commission, and the Relief and Annuity 
Board. This basic program design as well as a very limited staff make it possible for the 
S.B.C. to reach every church personally and individually. 

The same is true with the State Convention. With 3,600 churches in N.C. and a 
limited State Missions staff, they can never minister directly to all the churches of the 
state. 



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But the Association can. There are 79 associations in N.C. and nearly 1,200 in the 
S.B.C. 

The local church is primary in the plan of God to accomplish His redemptive pur- 
poses in the world. The Association was created BY the churches and FOR the churches. 
Being the closest denominational organization to the churches the Association can pro- 
vide the personal attention needed by the churches to assist them in their redemptive 
mission. 

The Association has both the organization and the (volunteer) personnel to help the 
churches in a very practical as well as a personal way. 

The Association stands between the churches and the State and S.B.C, interpreting 
to the State and S.B.C. the needs of the churches and to the churches the resources 
available from the State and S.B.C. that will assist them in their work. Through its per- 
sonnel, programs, and activities the Association is able to assist the churches in many 
ways. 

This past year in West Chowan was another good one. The highlight of the year was 
the "Good News America" Simultaneous Revivals in which the majority of our chur- 
ches participated. All organizations have been busy as the reports of the Directors have 
indicated. The Associational office is well on the way to completion. 

The years to come should be the most effective in the life and ministry of the West 
Chowan Baptist Association. Thank you for the privilege you have given me of sharing 
in this work these past 12 years. 



Respectfully submitted, 
Henry Powell 



Associational Treasurer's Report 

October 1, 1985 to October 1, 1986 



Balance on hand October 1, 1985 



$ 3,500.00 



Receipts: 

Associational Missions 
Simultaneous Revivals 

Sale of Supplies 

Pulpit Supply 

Sales Tax Refund .... 
Minutes 



51,367.21 



1,833.00 
319.15 
125.00 
93.51 
40.00 
125.74 
204.86 



"M" Night Offering for Togo 
Interest on Checking Account , 
Total Receipts . . . . 
Total Balance and Receipts 



54,108.47 



$57,608.47 



Disbursements: 



Director, Salary 
Rent 



15,000.00 Treasurer 

3,600.00 Evangelism 

1,600.00 S.B.C. Annuity Bd. 

1,200.00 Conv. Expense 

1,239.35 Annual Session 

3,823.77 Key Leader Conf. 



250.00 
1,336.40 
5,616.88 
750.00 
150.00 
509.45 



Utilities 
Office, Rent 



Utilities 
Supplies 



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Secretary 5,400.00 Christmas, Director 250.00 

PICA (Sec.) 384.72 Christmas, Secretary 150.00 

Organizations: S.S. 290.39 ''M" Night for Togo 125.74 

C.T. 400.98 Transfer to Building Fund: 

Bro. 250.00 Correction 207.50 

Execess over 

Minutes: Printing 789.80 $3,500.00 7,533.49 
Clerk 200.00 

Clerk Expenses 50.00 TOTAL 54,108.47 54,108.47 
Director, Travel 3,000.00 

Balance on hand October 1, 1986 $ 3,500.00 

Associational Office Building Fund 

Balance on hand October 1 , 1985 $24,939.04 

Receipts: 

Designated Contributions 23,969.79 

Transfers from General Fund: Correction 207.50 

Excess over $3,500.00 7,533.49 

Sales Tax Refund 396.13 

Interest on Building Fund Savings Account 1,520.41 

Total Receipts 33,627.32 33,627.32 

Total Received Plus Balance on Hand 58,566.36 

Disbursements: Building Permit, Foundation, Materials, etc 27,803.82 

Balance on Hand October 1 , 1986 30,762.54 



Receipts for General and Building Funds 



Church 


General 


Building 


Church 


General 


Building 


Ahoskie, First 


3,149.98 


603.00 


Kelford 




215.00 


Ashley's Grove 


921.94 


126.35 


Lasker 


250.00 


350.00 


Askewville 


1,500.00 


155.00 


Lawrence 


329.48 


307.50 


Aulander 


1,620.00 




Lewiston 


200.00 


313.00 


Bethany 


1,031.00 


343.70 


Margarettsville 


191.67 


22.00 


Bethel 


320.00 


500.00 


Mars Hill 


504.13 


1,190.0 


Bethlehem 


120.00 


58.50 


Meherrin 


1,736.89 


87.00 


Brantley's Grove 


275.00 


323.00 


Menola 


200.00 


350.00 


Buckhorn 


600.00 


817.00 


Merry Hill 


500.00 


209.65 


Capeharts 


995.53 


174.30 


Mt. Carmel 






Cashie 


3,681.25 


3,748.00 


Mt. Tabor 


872.72 


875.00 


Center Grove 


1,029.54 


111.50 


Murfreesboro 


2,000.00 


394.00 


Christian Harbor 


400.00 


917.00 


Oak Grove 


100.00 


600.00 


Colerain 


1,000.00 


369.00 


Pleasant Grove 


1,299.80 




Connaritsa 


300.00 


229.00 


Potecasi 


500.00 


126.00 


Conway 


3,300.00 


642.00 


Powellsville 


1,401.72 


397.03 


Creech Memorial 


1,399.92 


368.00 


Republican 




339.43 



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Creeksville 


300.00 


251.45 


Earlys 


350.00 


525.00 


Edgewood 


240.00 




Elam 


1,153.50 


197.00 


Elm Grove 


1,200.00 




Galatia 


2,199.96 


679.82 


Green's Cross 


1,340.32 


230.00 


Harrellsville 


750.00 


449.25 


Hebron 


50.00 


25.00 


Holly Grove 


100.00 


224.00 


Holly Springs 


186.00 


200.00 


Hortons 


120.00 


75.00 


Jackson 


599.92 


202.00 



Rich Square 


1,074.76 


38.00 


Riverside 


350.00 


55.00 


Roberts Chapel 


400.00 


22.00 


Ross 


500.00 




St. Johns 


550.00 


682.50 


Sandy Run 


456.00 


364.00 


Seaboard 


433.29 


500.00 


Severn 


450.00 


218.75 


Siloam 


180.00 


75.00 


Union 


1,782.02 


375.00 


Wakelon 


280.00 


81.30 


Winton 


2,585.00 


962.51 


Woodland 


1,798.32 


673.75 


TOTAL 


51,159.71 


22,367.29 


Individuals 




1,810.00 




TOTAL 


24,177.29 



Paid Out on Associational Office During 1985 



Martin Realty, Property Appraisal 50.00 

Town of Ahoskie, Paving Street 2,640.00 

Bill Baker, Mowing Grass 52.50 

October 1, 1985 to October 1, 1986 

Town of Ahoskie, Building Permit 65.00 

Commercial Ready Mix, Foundation & Slab Floor 15,650.00 

Georgia Pacific, Materials 1,053.05 

A.W. Myers Building Supply, Materials 872.78 

W.H. Basnight & Co 5,847. 16 

Boyette & Robertson Agency, Insurance 485.00 

N.C. Power, Service Application 303.85 

Lowe's, materials 3,472.48 

Wachovia Bank, Service Charge 2.00 

Marcua Johnson, Wiring Materials 211.61 

Lemar Wheeler, Materials 154.45 

Nash Brick, Brick 2,540.00 

Total Paid Out $33,399.94 

Proposed Associational Budget for 1986-87 

I. DIRECTOR: 

1. Salary $18,000.00 

2. House Rent 3,600.00 

3. Home Utilities 2,400.00 

II. ASSOCIATIONAL OFFICE: 

4. Rent 1,200.00 

5. Utilities 1,800.00 

6. Supplies 3,600.00 



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7. Secretary 6,000.00 

8. PICA (Secretary) 429.00 

III. ORGANIZATIONS: 

9. Sunday School 400.00 

10. Church Training 500.00 

1 1 . Brotherhood/R. A 250.00 

12. Music 100.00 

IV. MINUTES: 

13. Printing 850.00 

14. Clerk 200.00 

15. Clerk Expense 50.00 

V. GENERAL: 

16. Director, travel 3,000.00 

17. Treasurer 250.00 

18. Evangelism 750.00 

19. Annuity Board 3,600.00 

20. Insurance (hospital, term, liability) 3,000.00 

21 . Convention Expense 1 ,000.00 

22. Annual Session 150.00 

23. Key Leader 500.00 

24. Christmas Bonus 

Director 250.00 

Secretary 150.00 

25. Seminary Extension 50.00 

26. Library Committee 50.00 

27. Missions Committee 1,000.00 

28. Office Equipment 1 ,000.00 

29. Miscellaneous 100.00 

30. Building Fund .00 

TOTAL $54,229.00 



At the end of the month, all over $3,500.00 left in the general fund will be transferred to 
the building fund. 




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CHOWAN COLLEGE 



MURFREESBORO, NORTH CAROLINA 27855 



OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT OctObCr 15, 1986 

Mr. Nathan Copeland, Moderator 
West Chowan Baptist Association 
P.O. Box 237 
Windsor, NC 27983 

Dear Nathan: 

As you and your fellow messengers to the West Chowan Baptist Association convene 
in annual session on October 21-22, the Administration, Faculty/Staff, and student 
body of Chowan College want you to be aware of our appreciation and gratitude for 
your continued support of Christian higher education. 

That portion of Cooperative Program gifts which the several churches within your 
fellowship "channel" our way through the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina 
represents a considerable and valued segment of our annual operating budget. We 
pledge our best efforts to use it wisely as good administrators of your stewardship. 
Those ninety-four (94) students within the bounds of your churches and/or communi- 
ties who are currently enrolled at Chowan represent potential Christian leadership for 
the future. We pledge our best efforts at encouraging and enabling them to prepare for 
that leadership, as they prepare for those particular vocations through which it can be 
exercised. 

Meanwhile, as you reflect upon your ministry throughout 1985-86 and anticipate the 
opportunities for service and growth during 1986-87, be assured of our prayers, en- 
couragement, and support, as "laborers together with God "--and with you-in Chris- 
tian Mission. 

Cordially, 

Bruce E. Whitaker, President 

R. Hargus Taylor, Chaplain to the College 



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AULANDER BAPTIST CHURCH 




History of Aulander Baptist Church 1886 - 1986 



The Aulander Baptist Church was located at the comer of East Main and Pine Street. 
The value of the original wooden structure was $1,250. 

Around 1894 the church was moved to its present location and many of its members 
left to establish the Dudley's Grove Church (now Oak Grove). The church saw many 
years of progress. However, during the 20s, under the leadership of Rev. J. Fred Stim- 
son, the church undertook a bold building program. The first and present parsonage 
was erected in 1924. The present large brick church had its foundation laid in November 
1926. 

It was the leadership of Rev. Lonnie Sasser, W.P. Milne, and Joseph Folds, along 
with many dedicated laymen that kept the church from being a victim of the ugly 
depression of the 1920s. 

In 1966, under the leadership of Dr. James O. ShurHng, the church and parsonage 
were renovated at the cost of $73,000. Also a new church organ was given by the Jenkins 
family. 

The period from 1977 to 1986 has been a time of remarkable progress. During that 
time the church purchased a new van, installed a chair glide, paved its parking lot, 
upholstered the pews, started a very successful tape ministry, and did extensive renova- 
tions to the fellowship hall. Currently the members are enclosing the downst2iirs en- 
trances and renovating the "Harrell House." All of this and more was accomplished by 
the leadership of Rev. Robbie Parker. 

Our past is rich because of able leadership and sacrificial labor by our people. That 
same tradition is being carried on today. For that reason the future of Aulander Baptist 
Church is bright. 

Mrs. Emma Bracy, Secretary 



History of Ashley's Grove Baptist Church 

Ashley's Grove Baptist Church was founded in 1909 with 88 members. It grew from a 
Sunday School first organized in 1892. The church occupied its first building in 1910, 
sharing a circuit preacher with several other churches. The original structure, with 
several additions and improvements, burned in January 1968. The church met in a com- 
munity clubhouse and began the rebuilding process immediately. At the first business 
conference following the fire the church voted to call a pastor to serve on a fuU-fime 
basis. 

According to the church clerk's records, we have progressed to 314 members on roll. 
Three of these people were charter members! Many of the new members were baptized 
in Potecasi Creek even as late at the 1950s. The church budget has increased from 
$195.42 in 1909 to almost $50,000 for 1986-87. 

A parsonage was constructed in 1950 and has provided this rural church community 
with fellowship of a resident pastor since that time. The home has been improved with a 
remodeled kitchen and better heating system. 

In 1984 the church celebrated its 75th birthday with special services. There were ap- 
proximately 450 members and guests attending. The worship service and dinner on the 
grounds were recorded on video tape for posterity. 



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The Reverend John Oliver has led our church since November 1984. He has encour- 
aged the church to increase its ministry to the youth and senior citizens and to establish a 
visitation program. The church is presently shopping for a new church bus to serve these 
goals. 

It is the historian's prayer that the history of Ashley's Grove Baptist Church will never 
be completed. So long as there are people on earth, there will be a need for the worship 
of our Lord and study of His word. This church fulfills a great need of its members and, 
perhaps more important, the unsaved who live within the sound of its voice. 

Mrs. Faye L. Vinson, Church Clerk 

Proceedings 

1st Annual Spring Session 

Tuesday, April 22, 1986 
ELM GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 

THEME: Hats Off to the Past . . . Coats Off to the Future 

1. An organ prelude was presented by Mrs. Connie Mizelle, Elm Grove Church, 
prior to the opening session. 

2. Nathan Copeland III, moderator of West Chowan Baptist Association, presided 
over the session. 

3. The afternoon session opened with the congregation singing "Tis So Sweet to 
Trust in Jesus" directed by Miss Anna Belle Crouch, association music director. Mrs. 
Mizelle was at the piano and Mrs. C.E. Thomas, Merry Hill Church, was at the piano. 

4. The moderator welcomed everyone. Hubert Mizelle, pastor of Elm Grove 
Church, extended a welcome on behalf of Elm Grove Church and co-host church, 
Merry Hill. 

5. Hubert Mizelle brought a devotional from I Timothy. 

6. The history of the Elm Grove Church was presented by Floyd Barmer, church 
clerk. 

7. Mrs. Hubert Mizelle reported 175 persons were registered. 

8. Mrs. R.G. Whitley, chairman of Resolutions Committee, read the resolutions of 
appreciation. 

9. Henry Powell, Director of Missions, spoke on "My 11 Years." 

10. Dr. Hargus Taylor gave the history of Bertie Union. 

11. The congregation sang the hymn "There Is A Name I Love to Hear." 

12. Mrs. Hannah Brown, Ahoskie First, spoke on the subject "I Remember." 

13. Special music was presented by Mrs. Gloria Pittman and Rev. Richard Cooke, 
Mt. Tabor Baptist Church. 

14. Dr. W.D. Morris relinquished the time for his message since the program was over 
time allotment. 

15. The congregation sang the hymn "O Happy Day." 

16. The blessing for the evening meal was given by Rev. Charles Smith. Supper was 
served by host churches. Elm Grove and Merry Hill. 



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EVENING SESSION 



17. A musical prelude was presented by Mrs. Connie Mizelle. 

18. The evening session opened with the congregation singing the hymns * 'Amazing 
Grace" and "Higher Ground." 

19. Rev. C.E. Thomas, Merry Hill Church, gave a devotional from Mark 1. 

20. Dr. W.D. Morris, Earlys Church, presented a message from Matthew 6:24, 33-34. 

21. An update on the associational office building was given by Lemar Wheeler. 

22. The following spoke to the ''Challenge for West Chowan" - "In Training," 
Frank Stansbury. 

23. "In Missions," Lonnie Armstrong. 

24. "In Evangelism," Jack Byrd. 

25. Larry McClure introduced George Shore, Administrative Associate for Program 
and Budget Planning, Baptist State Convention, who spoke after the special music. 

26. Special music was presented by Mrs. Pittman and Rev. Cooke. 

27. George Shore spoke on the subject "West Chowan Working with State and 
Southern Baptists." 

28. The congregation sang the hymn "To the Work." 

29. Frank Stansbury dismissed with prayer. 

30. First Spring Meeting of West Chowan Baptist Association adjourned. 

A Brief History of Elm Grove Baptist Church 

The Elm Grove Baptist Church was organized on May 15, 1932, following a very 
fruitful revival conducted by Rev. George W. Burch. The meeting was so well attended 
that the small tenant house in which the services had been scheduled proved insufficient 
to accommodate the congregation. A brush arbor was erected near the house to accom- 
modate the crowd. The church was constituted with 57 members. 

Interest in a church in " jernigan Town" probably should be traced to the establishing 
of a Sunday School in 1895. Sessions were conducted in the Elm Grove Public School 
building near the present site of the church. This Sunday School was organized with 62 
members, meeting from 9:00 a.m. till 12:00 noon with a short intermission at 10:30. The 
Elm Grove Public School was eliminated with the consolidation of the public schools. 
The Sunday School meeting in the school building ceased to exist for several years. The 
school was eventually revived with meetings being held in the tenant house previously 
mentioned. 

Soon after the revival meeting above, the people of the community around Elm 
Grove determined to build a building in which to conduct worship services. This build- 
ing was completed and dedicated to the glory of God on February 4, 1932. Since that 
date many additions and renovations have been made to the building and properties. 

Since 1980, our budget has allocated at least 10 percent of the budget to the Coopera- 
tive Program and at least three percent to West Chowan Associational missions. 

Three of our young men have been called of God for full-time service and sent out by 
our church as ministers of the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ. They are: Rev. Joseph 
Lassiter, Rev. Charles Thompson, and Rev. Hugh Mizelle. Another young man, Wesley 
Jernigan, has answered the call to preach and is preparing for the ministry. Also, Miss 
Janie Jernigan has been endorsed by our church for mission work to the deaf. Hubert L. 
Mizelle is our present pastor. 



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1. Ahoskie-7C 

2. Ashley's Grove - 6B 

3. Askewville - 7E 

4. Aulander - 6D 

5. Bethany -8D 

6. Bethel - 3B 

7. Bethlehem - 8C 
8 Brantley's Grove -7C 
9. Buckhorn - 7A 

10. Capeharts - 8E 

11. Cashie-7F 

12. Center Grove -7D 

13. Christian Harbor - 8C 

14. Colerain - 8D 

15. Connaritsa - 6D 

16. Conway - 5B 

17. Creech Memorial - 7C 

18. Creekville-5B 

19. Earley's-6C 

20. Edgewood Chapel - 7E 

21. Elam-3B 

22. Elm Grove - 8D 

23. Galatia-5A 

24. Green's Cross - 8E 

25. Harrellsville - 8C 

26. Hebron - 6B 




Churches of the 
West Chowan 
Baptist Association 



27. Holly Grove -7D 

28. Holly Springs -7C 

29. Horton's-6C 

30. Jackson - 4B 

31. Kelford-5D 

32. Lasker - 5B 

33. Lawrence - 7F 

34. Lewiston - 5E 

35. Margarettsville 

36. Mars Hill -8D 

37. Meherrin-6B 

38. Menola-6C 

39. Merry Hill - 8E 

40. Mount Carmel -4B 

41. Mount Tabor - 7B 

42. Murfreesboro - 6B 

43. Oak Grove -6C 

44. Pleasant Grove - 6C 

45. Potecasi - 5B 

46. Powellsville - 7D 

47. Republican - 6E 

48. Rich Square -5C 

49. Riverside - 8E 

50. Robert's Chapel -5A 

51. Ross-SE 

52. Sandy Run- 5D 



53. Seaboard -4A 

54. Severn - 5A 
55.Siloam-7F 

56. St. John's -6C 

57. Union -7C 

58. Wakelon-8D 

59. Winton-7B 

60. Woodland - 5C 



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It is with thankful hearts that we assess the blessings of the past. With prayerful ex- 
pectation we look to the future. We believe that God has given Elm Grove Baptist 
Church a mission to win the lost to a saving faith in Jesus Christ, and to train the saved 
for useful service for their Master. 

With God's help, Elm Grove Baptist Church will carry out its mission. 

Floyd Barmer, Church Clerk 
(Edited by Association Clerk) 

A Brief Historical Sketch of the Bertie Union Meeting 

By action of the West Chowan Association in October last, the former "Bertie Union 
Meeting" became - officially - the Spring Meeting of the West Chowan Baptist Associa- 
tion. Such action recognized the current character and nature of this particular gather- 
ing, and it corrected what had long been an anachronistic title or designation. It also 
removed the last vestige - nominal though it had become - of a kind of interchurch 
fellowship among Baptists of eastern North Carolina which formerly played a valued 
and vital role in fostering church and denominational interests within that geographical 
region bounded by the Roanoke and Chowan rivers.' 

Any attempt to provide an adequate - much less comprehensive - history of the Bertie 
Union Meeting is hampered at the outset by two primary considerations: (1) Unlike 
associational records, the Proceedings of the Bertie Union Meeting were never printed 
and distributed among the churches. (2) Since the Bertie Union Meeting and her sister 
union meetings were independent of the district association with which the churches 
were also affiliated, references to these meetings are rare items within the Minutes of the 
Kehukee Association, the Chowan Association, and even of the West Chowan Associa- 
tion, prior to 1940.^ 

Records of the Cashie Baptist Church indicate that the Bertie Union Meeting was pro- 
bably organized in 1801.' However, it is to Lemuel Burkitt and Jesse Read, the pioneer 
historians of the Kehukee Association, that we owe our earliest certain knowledge of the 
nature of union meetings, in general, and of the Bertie Union Meeting, in particular. 
Burkitt-Read introduce the subject of Union Meetings in an almost casual manner in 
conjunction with their discussion of the Great Revival which swept through the churches 
of the region, 1801-1804. In order that their readers might understand something of the 
nature of such gatherings, the authors included the following description of the nature 
of a union meeting, along with the constitution of the Bertie Union Meeting: 

An Union Meeting consists of several churches, being convenient to 
one another, of the same faith and order, who meet at stated times to 
confer in love, about matters relating to peace, brotherly union, and 
general fellowship. The time the meeting holds is generally three days. 
On the first day when they meet one of the ministers delivers a suitable 
sermon introductory to business; then all the brethren present from 
every church, who are in fellowship, sit in conference, and kny brother 
is at liberty to propose such cases of conscience, as he wants advice on; 
or any difficult passage of scripture on which he wants light; or 
anything else which tends to the harmony of the churches, or to love 
and peace amongst brethren. And when the conference adjourns, the 
rest of the time is engaged in preaching, praying, singing, etc.'* 



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Burkitt-Read then conclude their brief discussion of Union Meetings by relating the con- 
version of a very prominent citizen of Bertie County at the Union Meeting held with 
Wiccacon Church Colerain, June 1803; and of the effects upon a multitude of persons 
-estimated at 4,000 - who were in attendance upon the Union Meeting which was held at 
Parker's Meeting House Meherrin in August 1803: 

The weather proved very rainy on Sunday. There was a stage 
erected in the meeting house yard; and at about half after 1 1 o'clock, 
Elder Burkitt ascended the stage to preach, and it was expected from 
the appearance of the clouds it would rain every moment, and before 
he was done preaching it did so. Yet notwithstanding the numerous 
congregation still kept together; and although every effort was made 
to shun the rain, by umbrellas, carriages, blankets, etc.; yet we believe 
1 ,000 persons were exposed to the rain without any shelter; and some 
crying, some convulsed to the ground, some begging the minister to 
pray for them; and they composedly stood and received the falling 
shower without ever being dispersed.^ 

Such other records of the Bertie Union Meeting as we now possess suggest that many 
of the earliest features of the Union Meeting were retained, with slight modification, 
throughout the first century or more of the Union's existence.^ The manuscript Pro- 
ceedings for a session of the Bertie Union Meeting held with Mt. Carmel Church, 
August 29-31, 1856, may be considered typical. By way of introductory discourse. Elder 
W.W. Kone read an essay on "The Design of Baptism." After intermission of 30 
minutes, the roll of the churches was called, with seven of the 20 churches in the Union 
represented by duly elected delegates. Assignments were made for the preparation of 
essays to be read at the next Union Meeting: an essay on "Christian Union" and one on 
"Justification by Faith." Resolutions were passed recommending the organization of 
Sabbath Schools in each of the churches, and resolutions discountenancing the use of 
"ardent spirits and all intoxicating liquors." 

On Sabbath morning the sacrament of the Lord's Supper was ad- 
ministered, before an attentive audience, after which and just before 
preaching a collection was taken and the sum of thirteen dollars and 
fifty cents was paid into the Treasury — Elders Hoggard and Kone by 
appointment occupied the pulpit today and faithfully preached the 
word to a large congregation in the house — while Bro. B.B. Williams 
by appointment preached to the coloured people in the grove — May 
the Lord Bless their efforts.' 

In several instances, the Bertie Union Meeting either anticipated or formally intro- 
duced measures which later became a concern, or a project, of the association. For ex- 
ample: the impetus for establishing Chowan Female Institute (Chowan College) 
originated within the Bertie Union in 1847, prior to being formally proposed and 
adopted as an endeavor of the Chowan Association in 1848; or again, in August 1857, 
there was established a Colportage and Sabbath School Society of the Bertie Union 
Meeting - an immediate forerunner of the Bertie Union Sunday School Association, and 
of the West Chowan Sunday School Convention; the Reverend Benjamin Brown 
Williams, a native of Bertie County, was employed in 1858 as a missionary of the Bertie 
Union Meeting at a salary of $1.00 per day for the actual time spent in laboring among 
the churches and in places which were destitute of Gospel preaching; in the early years of 
the Civil War, special collections were taken at the Union Meetings for the provision of 
needed clothing. Bibles, and other religious literature among the soldiers of the Con- 
federacy.^ .41_ 



Varied attempts were made throughout the history of the Bertie Union Meeting to 
provide programs which would be of such interest as to attract the largest possible 
assemblage of delegates and visitors. At a meeting held with Pleasant Grove Church, 
January 28-30, 1848, a committee which had been appointed for that purpose recom- 
mended two particular measures which were designed to increase interest in the Union 
Meetings: (1) Have the Minutes printed in the pages of the Biblical Recorder, and (2) 
Appoint some member to prepare an essay on a subject of general interest - the essay to 
be read at the succeeding meeting of the Union. Accordingly, William P. Britton, a 
promising young minister, was appointed to write an essay on "Means of Preventing 
Declensions After Revivals." Britton's essay was subsequently printed in the issues of 
the Biblical Recorder for October 28 and November 4, 1848.' 

In addition to the preparation and reading of essays on various subjects, the Union 
Meeting often posed queries, or questions, with the indication that these would be 
discussed at a succeeding meeting. Thus, in April 1860, the following queries were pro- 
posed for future discussion: "Can the Heathen Be Saved Without the Gospel?" "Did 
Judas Partake of the Lord's Supper?" "Is a Tenth of a Christian's Income More Than 
He Ought to Devote to Objects of Benevolence?" "Do the Actions of the Moralist, 
Which are Right in Themselves, Entitle Him to Reward in a Future Life?" Or again, the 
following queries were discussed in May 1863: "Is It Consistent for Baptists to Hold 
Pulpit Communion with Pedobaptists?" "Is the Church in Any Sense the Birthplace of 
the Christians?" "Are the Temporal Comforts which Men Receive Without Asking, 
Blessings?'"" 

Ministers were asked, on occasion, to prepare and deliver an exposition of some par- 
ticular Biblical text. After 1869 the Bertie Sunday School Association met in conjunc- 
tion with one of the quarterly meetings of the Bertie Union Meeting. In more recent 
years, the annual Union Meeting has adopted a theme, building its program or order of 
service around that theme. Thus, for example, the program for the Union Meeting in 
August 1941, focused around the theme, "Our Church Covenant"; for March 1942, 
"The Bible as the Rule of Faith and Practice"; and for April 1974, "Building Christian 
Family Relationships." 

Yet, failure to demonstrate proper support of the Union Meeting was voiced at least 
as early as 1848 - the first year in which a report on the Bertie Union Meeting was 
published in the Biblical Recorder. Although there were 61 delegates present from 
among the 18 churches composing the Union, the Clerk noted: "Out of 19 ministers in 
our bounds only 5 were present at the Meeting. When shepherds are so remiss, what can 
be expected of their flock?"" Or again, the following extracts were taken from a letter 
of James A. Delke which appeared in the Biblical Recorder of January 12, 1876: 

At its last meeting I was instructed to prepare for publication in the 
Recorder, a letter setting forth the claims of the organization, i.e., the 
Bertie Union Meeting .... The representation is generally too local, 
mostly confined to two of the three counties, and often too largely to 
one - there being only very few whose faces you can confidently expect 
to see. 

Many of our brethren, and some of them leading men in their chur- 
ches, are too indifferent to these Meetings, and especially is this true of 
our ministers. These having no appointments for 5th Sundays, it seems 
to me, could generally attend.'^ 



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A more detached observer, however, was far more generous in his evaluation of the 
Bertie Union Meeting just after the turn of the Twentieth Century - especially when 
compared with similar gatherings in other sections of the State. Writing in the August 
25, 1906, issue of the Biblical Recorder, Editor Livingston Johnson noted: 

The West Chowan brethren have great Union Meetings .... They 
make their Unions occasions for fostering local affairs, and many 
churches have been able to build houses of worship because of the help 
received by these Union Meetings. From five hundred to a thousand 
dollars a year is contributed to churches to aid them in building houses 
of worship. Account is not taken of these in reports to the Treasurer of 
the Convention. If these funds could be reported it would be seen that 
the West Chowan is doing much more than she gets credit for. 

To understand and to appreciate the vital role played by the Bertie Union Meeting in 
the early and mid-Nineteenth Century, one must recall several circumstances which then 
prevailed. In 1801, the geographical boundaries of the Kehukee Baptist Association, 
with which the five constituent members of the Bertie Union were affiliated, extends 
from the Tar River on the west and south to the Atlantic Ocean on the east. According- 
ly, there was a tremendous need for interchurch fellowship beyond that which a few 
selected delegates could experience at an annual meeting of the larger association. If the 
churches and meeting houses maintained stated occasions for preaching, such occasions 
were generally no more frequent than once a month, at best. Accordingly, there was a 
hunger for the preaching of the Gospel. 

Finally, the combined efforts of a union of churches "convenient to one another," to 
use the phrase of Burkitt and Read, provided the best opportunities for the provision of 
itinerant preaching and missionary labors in destitute places, adequate and appropriate 
religious literature for struggling Sunday Schools, and instruction in and defense of the 
tenets of the faith as held by the people called Baptists. 

As circumstances changed, so did the role and function of the Bertie Union Meeting. 
From three-day meetings, held quarterly throughout the years of the height of her in- 
fluence, the Union began to relinquish one meeting annually to the Sunday School Con- 
vention. Then, an additional meeting to the interests of the Baptist Young Peoples' 
Union Convention. As three-day meetings ending on the fifth Sunday in the month 
became more impractical for the churches, the Union Meetings became one-day affairs. 
The last year in which as many as three of these one-day meetings were conducted was 
1945. Since 1960 there has been one annual Spring Meeting of the churches lying be- 
tween the Roanoke and Chowan rivers, formerly called the Bertie Union. 

Today we discard a name, but the legacy of 185 years remains with us who now con- 
stitute, officially, the Spring Meeting of the West Chowan Baptist Association. 

~ Prepared by Dr. R. Hargus Taylor, Chowan 
College, and read before the Spring Session of 
the West Chowan Baptist Association, 
April 22, 1986. 



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Footnotes 



'In 1801 there were only five duly constituted Baptist churches located in that geo- 
graphical region lying between the Roanoke and Chowan rivers: Cashie, Connaritsa, 
Meherrin (Parker's), Sandy Run, and Wiccacon. Four of these were situated within the 
bounds of Bertie County. Hence the name "Bertie Union." 

^In accord with instruction of the Bertie Union, the Proceedings of the Union 
Meeting were frequently sent to the Biblical Recorder for publication in its pages after 
1848. These reports are fairly common in the pages of the Recorder during the 1850s 
-1880s. 

In 1940 the Bertie Union Meeting requested space for the printing of its Proceedings 
in the annual Minutes of the West Chowan Baptist Association, with the understanding 
that the Union would be responsible for paying the cost of those pages which were 
devoted to its record or report. 

^The Cashie Baptist Church, in monthly conference, agreed to "join the Union 
Meeting" in April 1801. One year later the Cashie Church "ordered that the Clerk pre- 
pare a letter to the Union Meeting to commence on Friday before the third Lord's Day 
in this Instant (month), inserting the numbers of members received since the first Union 
Meeting." See Records of Church Conference, Cashie Baptist Church, June, 1802. 

"^Biggs, Joseph, Concise History of the Kehukee Baptist Association From Its Origi- 
nal Rise to the Present Time . ... In Two Parts (Tarborough: Office of the Tarborough 
(N.C.) Free Press, 1834), p. 118. The "first part" of this volume is a reprint of the 
history of the association which had been prepared and published by Lemuel Burkitt 
and Jesse Read in 1803. 

^Ibid., p. 121. The prominent citizen whose conversion experience and baptism are 
related in conjunction with a description of the earlier meeting with Wiccacon Church 
was George Outlaw. 

^In some cases those reports of the Bertie Union Meeting which were printed in the 
Biblical Recorder appear to be a transcription of the actual records of the Proceedings 
which were provided by the Clerk. In other cases the editor of the Recorder published 
only a summary of the actions of the Union Meeting. 

^Proceedings of a Session of the Bertie Union Meeting Held with the Church at Mt. 
Carmel . . . August, 1856. (Manuscript in the Baptist Collection, Whitaker Library, 
Chowan College). 

^See Reports of the Bertie Union Meeting found in the issues of the Biblical 
Recorder, March 25, 1848; September 10, 1857; September 16, 1858; November 18, 
1858; December 17, 1862. 

^The session of the Bertie Union at which Britton read his essay was scheduled to be 
held at Jumping Run. William S. Powell's North Carolina Gazetteer lists a number of 
branches or creeks which bore the name "Jumping Run." None of these, however, lay 
within the bounds of the territory served by the Bertie Union. 

•"See Reports of the Bertie Union Meeting found in the Biblical Recorder, June 7, 
1860; July 1, 1863. 

"Report of the Bertie Union Meeting, the Biblical Recorder, March 28, 1848. 

'Uames A. Delke, son of the Reverend James Delk who was a prominent Minister in 
the region, was one of the leaders in the Sunday School movement among the churches 
of the Bertie Union. . . 



Memorials 



AHOSKIE 

Mrs. Martha Creech 
Jack Catling 
Mrs. Sadie Thorne 
Mrs. Gladys Boyette 
Mrs. Janice M. Wynn 
Carroll J. Lowe 
John Cowan 
J.H. Overton 
Mrs. Gladys Clements 
Mrs. Tulie Hoggard 
Mrs. Ruth O. Vinson 
Randy N. Davenport 
Mrs. Ruth P. Holloman 
Mrs. Helen W. Tayloe 
John E. Mitchell 
Mrs. Caroline Brinkley 

ASKEWVILLE 

Mrs. Evie Grey Daniels 
Jimmy Mizelle 
Grady Dunlow 

ASHLEY'S GROVE 
Mrs. Emily V. Martin 
Miss Louise Martin 
Kelly Futrell 
Mrs. Ruby Byrd 

AULANDER 

Mrs. Revah Mitchell 
Mrs. Ruth Burden 
Mrs. Estelle Jenkins 
Thurman Hall 
Mrs. Patsy Butler 
Mrs. Louise Davenport 
Lloyd Parker 
Mrs. Vivian Dempsey 

BETHANY 

Mrs. Okie Henry 
Mrs. Allie Perry 
Mrs. Mittie Perry 
Mrs. Amanda White 
Mrs. Florine White 



BETHEL 

Hubert Moore 

BETHLEHEM 

Mrs. Pauline Chamblee 

BUCKHORN 

Mrs. Susie Bowles Hill 
Mrs. Glennie K. 

Stephenson 
Mrs. Kate H. Simmons 

CAPEHARTS 
Burden A. Cobb 

CASHIE 

Mrs. Gertrude T. 

Jordan 
Mrs. Ruby M. 
P.M. Ferebee, deacon 
Mrs. Beulah V. Cowan 
Mrs. Ruth 

Lancaster 
Lewis T. Rascoe, Jr. 
Mrs. Bertha R. Thomas 

CENTER GROVE 
Mrs. Willie Thompson 
Mrs. Ella Jean White 
Mrs. Ernest Barnes 
Mrs. Nettie Overton 

CHRISTIAN HARBOR 
Mrs. Nancy Williams 
Miss Ethel Britt 
Mrs. Jessie Williford 
Mrs. Lorene Ward 

COLERAIN 

Claxton Castelloe 
Howard Earless 
James R. White 
Mrs. Celia Freeman 
Mrs. Delcie Askew 
Leslie Bunch 
John E. Thompson, 

deacon 

Calvin Peele 



CONNARITSA 
Mrs. Janie Morris 
Swanson Hall 
Mrs. Minnie Knight 
H.C. Early, Jr. 

CONWAY 
J. Paul Vincent 
Mrs. Lucy Rose 

Burgess 
Mrs. Sally Mae Flythe 
Mrs. Allie Ricks 
Mrs. Mattie Banty 
Clarence Hedspeth 
Frank Coggins, Jr. 

CREECH MEMORIAL 
Robert Askew, deacon 

CREEKSVILLE 
J.T. Holloman 
Mrs. Ella Mae L. 
Simpson 

EARLYS 

J.B. Early, deacon 
Ogle Minton 

ELAM 

William H. Price, 
deacon 

ELM GROVE 

Mrs. Mamie Evans 
Mrs. Rose Hoggard 
Mrs. Bertie Mizelle 
Mrs. Rosie Hoggard 

GALATIA 

Mrs. Evelyn Harris 
Mrs. Florene Davis 
Mrs. Doshia Davis 
Vance Johnson 
William Kidd 
Ralph Pope 



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GREEN'S CROSS 
Mrs. Grace Asbell 
Mrs. Garnet Asbell 
Mrs. Minnie Asbell 
Stanley Cobb 
Mrs. Nellie Langsdale 
Mrs. Nannie Sanderlin 
Paul Sanderlin 
Mrs. Annie Thomas 
Mrs. Pearl White 
Webster White, Deacon 

HARRELLSVILLE 
Edward Callis, deacon 
Mrs. Hunter L. Sharp 

HEBRON 
Lewis Baker 
Simon Johnson 
Mrs. Mary H. McGee 

HOLLY SPRINGS 
Gency White 

HORTON'S 
Leon W. Minton 

JACKSON 

Mrs. Gilmer Hughes 
Mrs. W.M. Buffaloe 

KELFORD 
Wayne York 
Mrs. Muriel York 
Miss Eva Morris 

LASKER 
Mrs. Ruth Vaughan 
Mrs. Vivian Britton 

LEWISTON, FIRST 
T. Lester Jones, deacon 
H.E. Bunch 
Stanley Harrell 
Alma Harrell 
Fannie Harrington 



MEHERRIN 

Norfleet Underwood 
Mrs. Helen K. Butler 
W.W. Edwards 
E.E. Vann 
Mrs. Jennie Joyner 
Mrs. Ann Whitson 
Mrs. Viola Bryant 
Finton Warren 
Jeffery Byrum 
Clark Francis 
Mrs. Peggy Musha 
Mrs. Ruth Vann 
J.D. Parker 

MERRY HILL 
Roy Baker 

Mrs. Willie B. Phelps 

MT. TABOR 

Mrs. Elizabeth Craig 
Eley Parker 

MURFREESBORO 
Richard Hunter 
B.O. Watson 
Mrs. Ruth Pipkin 
Miss Grace Parker 
R.L. Whitehurst, Sr. 
Mrs. Garland Brown 
Glenn White, Jr. 
R.S. Whitley 
Miss Alice Whitley 

PLEASANT GROVE 
Joe Joyner 

Miss Minnie Dunning 
Mrs. Fannie Mae Rawls 

POWELLSVILLE 
Mrs. Mary B. Simons 
Mrs. Gladys L. Miller 
Joe F. Dilday 

RIVERSIDE 
Stark Suis 
Donald White 



ROBERT'S CHAPEL 
Mrs. Nancy Woodard 

ROSS 

Ervin A. Bunch, 

deacon 
Mrs. Venure C. White 
Mrs. Bertha J. 

Castelloe 
Mrs. Mary H. Hoggard 
William Chester White 
Paul Jones 

SANDY RUN 
Mrs. Minnie W. 

Jenkins 
Mrs. Elizabeth L. Byrd 
Mrs. Mary Francis B. 

Nakulak 
Mrs. Verna Mae 

Burkett 
Mrs. Minnie O. Knight 
Roy N. Baker 

SEABOARD 

Mrs. S.V. Edwards 
Mrs. Irma F. Moore 
Henry R. Harris, Jr., 
deacon 

SEVERN 
Mrs. Jay W. Porter 
Mrs. Addie L. Deloatch 
Mrs. A.C. Martin 
Mrs. Carrie B. Howell 
Marion L. Tyler, 
deacon 

ST. JOHN'S 
Walter Blowe 
James Mitchell 
Vannie Cooke 

UNION 
Ben J. Peele 



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WINTON 

Mrs. Ollie Hines 
Mrs. Bertha Vick 
Mrs. Daisy Morris, 

deaconess 
Carter W. Jones, Sr., 

deacon 



WOODLAND 
Wingate G. Joyner 
Miss Evelyn Griffin 
Mrs. Mamie Meadows 
Mrs. Olie V. Hardison 
Miss Barbara A. 
Edwards 



Mrs. Faye H. Fulcher 
Mrs. Bernice U. Peele, 
1st female deacon 

MT. CARMEL 
Leary Pruden 




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Historical Table 

MEETING 



YEAR 


PLACE 


MODERATOR 


CLERK 


PREACHER 


TEXT 


1951 


Aulander, Buckhom 


Oscar Creech 


P.T. Worrell 


E.G. Upchurch 


Eph. 6:10-18 


1952 


Conway, Cashie 


Oscar Creech 


P.T. Worrell 


E.S. Morgan 


Exodus 14 


1953 


Seaboard, Chowan 
CoUege 


Oscar Creech 


P.T. Worrell 


Frank Robinson 


Isa. 54:2 


1954 


Mars Hill, Colerain 


Herbert Jenkins 


Mrs. Jesse F. Colston 


Wayne Scott 


Rom. 6:19-23 


1955 


Rich Square, 
Woodland 


Herbert Jenkins 


P.T. Worrell 


W.P. MUne 


II Cor. 8:7 


1956 


Riverside, 
Ahoskie, First 


Merrill Evans 


J.M. Long 


Robert Johns 


Heb. 12:3 


1957 


Ashley's Grove, 
Murfreesboro 


Merrill Evans 


J.M. Long 


Eugene Johns 


Acts 2 


1958 


Meherrin, Chowan 
CoU^, PowellsviUe 


C. Gordon Maddrey 


Levi Gillikin, Jr. 


J.M. Long 


Luke 10:1-7 


1959 


Lewiston, Bethany 


C. Gordon Maddrey 


Levi Gillikin, Jr. 


Rowland S. Pruette 


John 17:13-23 


1960 


Conway, Rich Square 


W.T. Charles 


Levi Gillikin, Jr. 


W. Isaac TerreU 


Eph.3:l-13 


1961 


Ahoskie, First, 
Aulander 


W.T. Charles 


Levi Gillikin, Jr. 


E. Earl Haynes 


Gal. 4:1-14 


1962 


Chowan College, 
Cashie 


E. Len Weston 


K.E. Bryant 


John D. Davis 


Matt. 28:19-20 


1963 


Woodland, 
Center Grove 


E. Len Weston 


K.E. Bryant 


B.J. Traywick 


Haggai 1 


1964 


Colerain, Galatia 


Dr. W.R. Parker 


K.E. Bryant 


Lee Roy CampbeU 


Rom. 13:11-14 


1965 


CreeksviUe, Mars HiU 


J.L. Walter Moose 


K.E. Bryant 


Bennie Pledger 


Phil. 1:21 


1966 


Cashie, Chowan 
CoUege 


Rowland S. Pruette 


K.E. Bryant 


E. Len Weston 


Acts 1:8 


1967 


Murfreesboro, 
Askewville 


Rowland Pruette 


K.E. Bryant 


Gwyn P. Sullivan 
Ernest Poston 


Ps. 96:2 


1968 


Riverside, Meherrin 


C.E. Thomas 


L. Thad Prevatte 


T.M. Jones 


John 20:19 


1969 


Sandy Run, 
Rich Square 


C.E. Thomas 


L. Thad Prevatte 


BiUy T. Mabley 
George F. Turner 


Eph. 4:4 


1970 


Ahoskie, First, Cashie 


Russell Johnson, Jr. 


L. Thad Prevatte 


Tom H. Caulkins 
Herman T. Dilday 




1971 


Conway, Capeharts 


Russell Johnson, Jr. 


Henry W. Stough 


Joe D. McLean 
Walter Jones 


I Cor. 12:1-6 
Eph. 5:1-17 


1972 


Aulander, Lewiston 


Terry J. Jones 


Henry W. Stough 


H.L. Coppedge 
Walter F. Hill 


Heb. 9:22 
Exo. 4:1-5 


1973 


Winton, Connaritsa 


W.L. Downs 


Henry W. Stough 


Vincent Young 
Jack H. Mace 


James 1:18-27 
John 8:30-32 


1974 


Greens Cross, 
Capeharts 


Robert B. Spivey 


Mrs. Walter S. Jones 


Joseph Polinski 
Harold Rumfelt 


Col. 3 


1975 


Colerain, Harrellsville 


Robert B. Spivey 


Ronald Richardson 


Tim Sellers 
Ronald Richardson 


Judges 7 


1976 


Murfreesboro 


.Russell Johnson, Jr. 


Ronald Richardson 


Lonnie K. Armstrong 
D.H. McCollough 


Matt. 28:19-20 


1977 


Galatia, 

Brantley's Grove 


Russell Johnson, Jr. 


Mrs. Faye Scott 


Jack Byrd 
Delbert Burnett 




1978 


Rich Square, 
Republican 


Bobby Cross 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


Larry Pittman 
Gerald Riggs 


Mt. 13:31-33 


1979 


Ross, Mars Hill 


Bobby Cross 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


Hubert Mizelle 
Kenneth Pittman 


Mk. 4:35 


1980 


Pleasant Grove, 
Bethlehem 


Robbie Parker 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


Robert C. White 
Dr. W.D. Morris 




1981 


Severn, Jackson 


Robbie Parker 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


Lemar Wheeler 
J.N. Baggett 


Hosea 7:1-7 
Nehemiah 1:1-1 


1982 


Creech Memorial, 
Earlys 


Lemar Wheeler 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


Robbie Parker 
James Langford 


Numbers 52:1-1 
Luke 10:25-37 


1983 


Woodland, Cashie 


Lemar Wheeler 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


Jerry Wallace 
Harold White 




1984 


Riverside, CreeksviUe 


William G. Lawrence 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


James Hester 
Mark Morris 


2 Cor. 4 
iNen. I .o-D, 


1985 


Siloam, Union 


William G. Lawrence 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


Richard Cooke 
P. T. Worrell 


I Peter 2:9-12 
John 4:19-30 


1986 


Aulander, 


Nathan Copeland, HI 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


Wayne Simpson 


Matt. 28:16-20 




Ashley's Grove 






Cecil Harkey. Jr. 


Judges 5 



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Church Directory 



Ordained Ministers 

(other than pastors) 



Ahoskie, First Francis Cordrey, Rt. 2 Box 45-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Edwin Dacus, 919 Richard St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Nickie Martin, P.O. Box 265, Conway 27820 

Currie Lynn Burgess, 806 Webb St., Gainesville, FL 32440 
Murfreesboro Hargus Taylor, 101 Springlake Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 



Rowland S. Pruette, 108 Dogwood Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 
B. Franklin Lowe, 502 Lakeview Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 
Bela Udvarnoki, 609 Woodridge Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 



Bruce E. Whitaker, Pine Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Philip Royce, Rt. 2, Murfreesboro 27855 

Clifton Collins, Rt. 1, Murfreesboro 27855 

Earl Parker, 109 Springlake Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Charles Paul, 625 Woodland Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Powellsville Daniel M. Spell, Rt. 1 Box 166, Ahoskie 27910 

Seaboard Paul T. Worrell, P.O. Box 336, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Donald E. Westbury, 1222-B Birch St., Fort Dix, NJ 08640 

Siloam Arthur Leggett, Rt. 4 Box 888, Windsor 27983 

Minister of Education 

Cashie John McGinnis, 703 Catling St., Windsor 27983 

Ministers of Youth 

Ahoskie, First Wm. Don Gober, P.O. Box 649, Ahoskie 27910 

Cashie John McGinnis, 703 Catling St., Windsor 27983 

Galatia Billy Nale, Rt. 1 Box 94, Margarettsville 27853 

Meherrin Tom Edwards, 714 Edgewood Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Mt. Tabor Jeanette Stephenson, Rt. 3 Box 84-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Oak Grove Mrs. John Williams, P.O. Box, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Jerry Baker, Rt. 1 Box47-A, Kelford 27847 

Republican Reddick White, Jr., 301 Sterlingworth St., Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Mrs. Nannie Grizzard, Bryantown Rd., Rich Square 27869 

Ross Johnnie Hughes, Rt. 3 Box 327-C, Windsor 27983 

Seaboard Mrs. Neal Vaughan, P.O. Box 81, Margarettsville 27853 

Woodland Mrs. Pat Liverman, P.O. Box 439, Woodland 27897 

Pastors 

Ahoskie, First James E. Langford, P.O. Box 649, Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove John Oliver, Rt. 1 Box 99, Conway 27820 

Askewville Freddie Harris, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Aulander John Randolph Ellison, P.O. Box 220, Aulander 27805 



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Bethany No Pastor 

Bethel Dave Holladay, Rt. 1 Box 90, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem No Pastor 

Brantley's Grove James C. Ward, Rt. 3 Box 14-13, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn No Pastor 

Capeharts Lawrence Jones, Rt. 1 Box 276, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Jack W. Byrd, 101 Gray St., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Herman Hicks, Rt. 1 Box 62-F, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor T.E. Thieman, P.O. Box 326, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Shelby L. Stephens, P.O. Box 126, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa William Harkins, P.O. Box 160, Aulander 27805 

Conway James E. Hester, P.O. Box 158, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Mark Morris, 502 S. Lloyd St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Dalton Coppedge, Rt. 2 Box 265, Conway 27820 

Earlys W.D. Morris, Rt. 1 Box 111, Gates 27937 

Edgewood Stephen Wall, Rt. 3 Box 81 Vi, Windsor 27983 

Elam Hugh W. Mizelle, P.O. Box 37, Gumberry 27838 

Elm Grove Hubert Mizelle, Rt. 2 Box 330, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Lonnie R. Armstrong, Rt. 1 Box 89, Seaboard 27876 

Green's Cross Kenneth Bunch, Rt. 2 Box 146, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville No Pastor 

Hebron J.N. Baggett, Rt. 4 Box 832, Windsor 27983 

Holly Grove Edwin C. Dacus, 919 Richard St., Ahoskie 27910 

Holly Springs Henry C. Boschen, P.O. Box 69, Roxobel 27872 

Horton's William Harkins, P.O. Box 160, Aulander 27805 

Jackson Joe D. McLean, P.O. Box 445, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Larry McCarty, P.O. Box 129, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Bill Miller, P.O. Box 146, Lasker 27848 

Lawrence Bobby P. Owens, 1 1-E Cherokee Tr., Hertford 27944 

Lewiston, First No Pastor 

Margarettsville P.T. Worrell, P.O. Box 336, Seaboard 27876 

Mars Hill J. Cecil Aldridge, Rt. 1 Box 334, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Gerald K. Riggs, 513 Meherrin Ln., Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Herman Hicks, Rt. 1 Box 62-F, Ahoskie 27910 

Merry Hill C.E. Thomas, P.O. Box 68, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Carmel P.T. Worrell, P.O. Box 336, Seaboard 27876 

Mt. Tabor Richard Cooke, Rt. 3 Box 81-C, Ahoskie 27910 

Murfreesboro Thomas H. Caulkins, 500 Lakeview Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove J.N. Baggett, Rt. 4 Box 832, Windsor 27983 

Pleasant Grove Rev. Robert Hall, Rt. 1 Box 39, Aulander 27805 

Potecasi No Pastor 

Powellsville James E. Wright, P.O. Box 5, Powellsville 27967 

Republican Harvey Jackson, 202 Belmont Dr., Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Bob Rogers, P.O. Box 589, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside James Buchanan, Rt. 1 Box 144, Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel Windell Patterson, P.O. Box 128, Pendleton 27862 

Ross J. Gordon Rawls, Rt. 3 Box 3 1 1 , Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run Charles L. Smith, P.O. Box 95, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard John W. Spencer, P.O. Box 357, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Luther V. High, P.O. Box 502, Severn 27877 

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Siloam James Baughn, Rt. 4 Box 730, Windsor 27983 

St. John's Jim Harris, Rt. 2 Box 104, Ahoskie 27910 

Union Michael Johnson, Rt. 2 Box 54, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Joe Polinski, Rt. 3 Box 61-1, Windsor 27983 

Winton Frank Stansbury, P.O. Box 415, Winton 27986 

Woodland J. Lemar Wheeler, P.O. Box 444, Woodland 27897 

Music Directors 

Ahoskie, First Wm. Don Gober, P.O. Box 649, Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Trudy Gibson, Rt. 2, Murfreesboro 27855 

Askewville Mrs. Amy Hoggard, Rt. 3, Windsor 27855 

Aulander Mrs. Sylvia Vaughan, Rt. 1 Box234-D, Murfreesboro 27855 

Bethany Wayne Lee, Rt. 2 Box 167, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Mrs. Linda Hasty, Rt. 1 Box 82, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Brantley's Grove Glenn Brickhouse, Rt. 3 Box 185, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Mrs. William Lawrence, 214 Liberty St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Capeharts Mrs. Ruth Evans, Rt. 1, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Mrs. Joe Spruill, Rt. 1 Box 542, Aulander 27805 

Center Grove Otis C. Payne, 421 Rhue St., Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor E.D. Blythe, Rt. 1 Box 30, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Mrs. Don Craft, 516 N. Pembroke Av., Ahoskie 27910 

Connaritsa Mrs. Carolyn Fornes, 1011 Stokes St., Ahoskie 27910 

Conway Mrs. Bobby Cox, P.O. Box 248, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Billy Woodard, Rt. 1, Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Bahnson Bryant, P.O. Box 202, Jackson 27845 

Earlys Mrs. L.W. Myers, 512 S. Curtis St., Ahoskie 27910 

Elam Leon Dickens, Rt. 1 Box 259, Garysburg 27831 

Elm Grove Aubrey Mizelle, Rt. 2 Box 282, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mrs. Merrell Gay, Rt. 1 Box 95-A, Seaboard 27876 

Green's Cross Al Jernigan, Rt. 3 Box411-H, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Mrs. Richard Liverman, Rt. 1 Box 100-A, Cofield 27922 

Holly Grove Thomas E, Ruffin, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 280, Ahoskie 27910 

Jackson Mrs. Roy Biggerstaff, 604 Rapids St., Roanoke Rapids 27870 

Lasker Mrs. Wanda Britton, Rt. 1 Box 151-F, Woodland 27897 

Lawrence Mrs. Jane Cobb, Rt. 4, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston, First Robert E. Williford, P.O. Box 100, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Mars Hill Mrs. Peggy R. Jones, Rt. 1 Box 105, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Robert G. Mulder, P.O. Box 483, Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Mrs. Betty Rawls, Rt. 1, Woodland 27897 

Merry Hill Mrs. C.E. Thomas, P.O. Box 68, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Tabor Mrs. Sue Godwin, Rt. 3 Box 71 , Ahoskie 27910 

Murfreesboro James Chamblee, 1 12 Springlake Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Mrs. Jerry Burch, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. J. A. Bolton, P.O. Box 129, Woodland 27897 

Potecasi Mrs. Peggy Vaughan, P.O. Box 97, Potecasi 27867 

Republican Mrs. Grady Leary, Rt. 1, Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Eric B. Jackson, Bryantown Rd., Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Mrs. Verlie Fairless, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 



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Robert's Chapel Mrs. Joan Home, Rt. 1 Box 91 , Pendleton 27862 

Ross Joseph R. Hoggard, Rt. 3 Box 338, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run Bennie J. Reynolds, P.O. Box 174, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard John W. Spencer, P.O. Box 357, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Mrs. R.P. Watson, Severn 27877 

Siloam Thomas Speller, 306 Oak St., Williamston 27892 

Winton Mrs. Fred Downs, P.O. Box 127, Winton 27986 

Woodland Mrs. Dianne Clark, P.O. Box 1 12, Woodland 27897 

Organist or Pianist 

Ahoskie, First organist, Billy Raynor 

pianist, Regina R. Gober 

Ashley's Grove organist, Vera Futrell 

pianist, Janice Parker 

Askewville organist, Mrs. Mary L. Jernigan 

pianist, Mrs. Kay Brantley 

Aulander Mrs. Sylvia Vaughan, Rt. 1 Box234-D, Murfreesboro 27855 

Bethany pianist, Mrs. Rodney Lee 

Bethel Mrs. Linda Hasty, Rt. 1 Box 82, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem pianist, John R. Moore 

Brantley's Grove organist, Mrs. James C. Ward, Rt. 3 Box 14-13, Ahoskie 27910 

pianist, Mrs. Linwood Brinkley 

Buckhom Mrs. Howard K. Taylor 

Capeharts organist, Mrs. Sue Doris White 

pianist, Mrs. Lovey White 

Cashie organist, Mrs. Tom Brooks 

pianist, Mrs. Robert B. Spivey, 306 Sutton Dr., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove organist, Mrs. A.S. Godwin, Rt. 1 Box 56, Ahoskie 27910 

pianist. Miss Vickie Askew, Rt. 1 Box 39-F, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor pianist, Mrs. T.L. Griffin 

Colerain Mrs. Don Craft, 516 N. Pembroke Av., Ahoskie 27910 

Connaritsa organist, Mrs. C.E. Baker 

pianist, Mrs. Carolyn Fornes, 1011 Stokes St., Ahoskie 27910 

Conway organist, Russ Johnson, P.O. Box 7, Conway 27820 

pianist, Mrs. Bobby Taylor, Rt. 1 Box 74, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial organist, Mrs. Marcus Johnson, 204 E. South St., Ahoskie 27910 

pianist, Mrs. Billy Woodard, Rt. 1, Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville pianist, Mrs. Judy Strickland, Rt. 2 Box 399, Conway 27820 

Earlys organist, Mrs. W.D. Morris, Rt. 1 Box 170-A, Gates 27937 

pianist, Mrs. L.W. Myers, 512 S. Curtis St., Ahoskie 27910 

Elam organist, Joey Davis 

pianist, Mrs. Brenda Dickens 

Elm Grove organist, Mrs. Connie Mizelle 

pianist, Mrs. Rita Dawson 

Galatia organist, Elliott, Davis, Rt. 1 Box 59, Seaboard 27876 

pianist, Mrs. Bennie Barrett, Rt. 1 Box 105-B, Seaboard 27876 

Green's Cross organist, Mrs. Mac Williams, 705 S. Queen St., Windsor 27983 

pianist, Ms. Wanda Lawrence, 314 Belmont St., Windsor 27983 



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Harrellsville organist, Mrs. Mauvice Sullivan 

pianist, Mrs. Jimmy Cotton 

Holly Grove organist, Mrs. Thomas E. Ruffin, Rt. 1 Box 280, Ahoskie 27910 

pianist. Miss Donna Simons, P.O. Box 232, Powellsville 27967 

Holly Springs pianist, Kathly Blowe 

Horton's organist, Mrs. J.E. Phelps, P.O. Box 336, Aulander 27805 

pianist, Vernon Harkins 

Jackson organist, Mrs. Roy Biggerstaff, 604 Rapids St., Roanoke Rapids 27870 

pianist, Mrs. Joe McLean, P.O. Box 445, Jackson 27845 

Kelford organist, Mrs. Effie Vick, P.O. Box 128, Kelford 27847 

pianist, Miss Tracy Vaughan, P.O. Box 8, Kelford 27847 

Lasker organist/pianist, Mrs. Annie Mae Wood 

Lawrence pianist, Pam Whitaker 

Lewiston, First organist, Ruth P. Williford, P.O. Box 100, Lewiston-Woodville 

27849 

Margarettsville pianist, Mrs. R.O. Glover 

Mars Hill organist, Mrs. Carrie D. Brown 

Meherrin organist, Mrs. Henry Miller 

pianist, Mrs. Jerry Colson 

Menola organist/pianist, Mrs. Vernie Vinson 

Merry Hill organist, Mrs. Carolyn Smithwick 

pianist, Mrs. Virginia Bar field 

Mt. Carmel pianist, Mrs. Betty Long, Rt. 1 Box28-B, Seaboard 27876 

Mt. Tabor organist, Mrs. T.S. Benthall, Rt. 3 Box 55, Ahoskie 27910 

pianist, Mrs. Sue Godwin, Rt. 3 Box 71, Ahoskie 27910 

Murfreesboro organist, Mrs. Libby Tilson, P.O. Box 377, Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove pianist, Mrs. Jerry Burch 

Pleasant Grove pianist, Mrs. J. A. Bolton, P.O. Box 129, Woodland 27897 

Potecasi organist/pianist, Mrs. Jerry Burch 

Sandy Run Bennie J. Reynolds, P.O. Box 174, Roxobel 27872 

Woodland Mrs. Diane Clark, P.O. Box 1 15, Woodland 27897 

Sunday School Directors 

Ahoskie, First Vernon Baker, Rt. 1 Box 8-B, Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Melvin Futrell, Rt. 1 Box 207, Conway 27820 

Askewville Elbert W. Cowan, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Harold Holloman, P.O. Box 398, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Everette White, Rt. 2 Box 50-A, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Tony Mumford, Rt. 1 Box 83, Pleasant 27866 

Bethlehem Bobby Bazemore, Rt. 1, Cofield 27922 

Brantley's Grove Wayne Vinson, Rt. 3 Box 194-J, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Oscar Spruill, Rt. 1 Box 51-A, Como 27818 

Capehart Mrs. Sue Davenport, Rt. 1 Box 269-D, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie W.E. White, 408 Confederate Ln., Windsor 27983 



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Center Grove Robert Brantley, Rt. 1 Box 62-B, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Graham Pearce, Rt. 1 Box 74, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Jim Edwards, P.O. Box 94, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa L.B. Chamblee, Rt. 2 Box 111, Aulander 27805 

Conway David Simmons Rt. 1 Box 229, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Emmett Casper, Rt. 1, Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Stanley Vaughan, P.O. Box 271, Jackson 27845 

Earlys R.E. Brinkley, Rt. 1 Box 20, Ahoskie 27910 

Elam Leon Dickens, Rt. 1 Box 259, Garysburg 27831 

Elm Grove Royd Barmer, Rt. 2 Box 35 1 , Colerain 27924 

Galatia James Barnes, Rt. 1 Box 119, Seaboard 27876 

Green's Cross Ms. Katie Thomas, Rt. 3 Box 408, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Anthony Holloway, Rt. 1 Box 100-D, Cofield 27922 

Hebron Marnch Futrell, Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove Eugene Simons, P.O. Box 232, Powellsville 27967 

Holly Springs Curtis Eure, Rt. 1 Box 12-R, Ahoskie 27910 

Horton's J.E. Phelps, P.O. Box 336, Aulander 27805 

Jackson W.G. Spivey, P.O. Box 507, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Marion Vick, P.O. Box 128, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Keith Britton, Rt. 1 Box 151-F, Woodland 27897 

Lawrence James White, Rt. 2 Box 571 , Windsor 27983 

Lewiston, First Dayle J. Vaughan, P.O. Box 235, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Margarettsville Jesse M. Vick, P.O. Box 42, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Glenn Davidson, Rt. 1 Box 385, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Vernon Joyner, Rt. 1 Box 420, Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola David Brinkley, Rt. 1, Woodland 27897 

Merry Hill Bert C. Willis, Jr., P.O. Box 145, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Carmel Leslie Long, Rt. 1 Box 28-B, Seaboard 27876 

Mt. Tabor Ronnie Storey, Rt. 1 Box 387, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro Steve Davenport, 415 Franklin Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Alfred Hurdle, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Leroy Morris, P.O. Box 344, Aulander 27805 

Potecasi Asil Hoke, Potecasi 27867 

Powellsville William K. Askew, Rt. 1 Box 153, Ahoskie 27910 

Republican Edwin Parker, Wayland St., Windsor 27983 

Rich Square 

Riverside Darrell Adams, Rt. 1 Box 231, Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel E.J. Burgess, P.O. Box 84, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Tommy Johnson, Rt. 2 Box 329, Colerain 27924 

Sandy Run George R. Bishop, P.O. Box 12, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard William. C. Cox, P.O. Box 62, Seaboard 27876 

Severn J.W. Barkley, P.O. Box 163, Severn 27877 

Siloam William Coburn, Rt. 1 Box 350-A, Windsor 27983 

St. John's James Brown, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Union David Edwards, Rt. 2 Box 58, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Paul G. Williams, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Winton Harry B. Ward, P.O. Box 434, Winton 27986 

Woodland J.H. Liverman, P.O. Box 439, Woodland 27897 



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Church Training Directors 



Askewville Willie A. White, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Bethel Mrs. Reda Mayle, Rt. 1 Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Cashie James E. Harrell, 102 Byrd St., Windsor 27983 

Creech Memorial Ben Hollowell, P.O. Box 41 , Ahoskie 27910 

Elm Grove Faron Mizelle, Rt. 2 Box 337-B, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mrs. Travis Taylor, Rt. 1 Box 197, Pendleton 27862 

Green's Cross Mrs. Raleigh Castelloe, Rt. 2 Box 145, Windsor 27983 

Meherrin Clinton Evans, Rt. 1 Box 13, Murfreesboro 27855 

Siloam Arthur Leggett, Rt. 4 Box 888, Windsor 27983 

Union Mrs. Richard Draper, Sr., Rt. 3 Box 34-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Winton W.E. Vinson, Jr., P.O. Box 237, Winton 27986 

Brotherhood/R.A. Director 

Ashley's Grove Bobby Lassiter, Woodland 27897 

Askewville Bobby J. Myers, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Bethany Haywood White, Rt. 2 Box 208, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Fenton Mayle, Rt. 1 Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Brantley's Grove E.M. Vann, Rt. 3 Box 139, Ahoskie 27910 

Cashie Jack Powell, Jr., 1005 Powell Av., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Johnny Overton, Rt. 1 Box 63, Ahoskie 27910 

Colerain Lemuel Ward, P.O. Box 113, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa H.G. Spruill, P.O. Box 275, Aulander 27805 

Conway (R. A.) James Allen, P.O. Box 532, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Marcus Johnson, 204 E. South St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Jesse Hall, Rt. 2 Box 409, Conway 27820 

Elam Z.L. Davenport, P.O. Box 85, Gumberry 27838 

Elm Grove McCoy Mizelle, Rt. 2 Box 216, Colerain 27924 

Galatia J.R. Hasty, Rt. 1 Box 53-C, Seaboard 27876 

Green's Cross George Harden, Rt. 2 Box 242, Windsor 27983 

Holly Springs Curtis Eure, Rt. 1 Box 12-R, Ahoskie 27910 

Lasker Jimmy Baugham, Lasker 27848 

Lewiston, First Tommy Perry, Lewist on- Woodville 27849 

Meherrin Robert Earl James, 506 Meherrin Ln., Murfreesboro 27855 

Mt. Tabor F.E. Holloman, Rt. 1 Box 288, Murfreesboro 27855 

Pleasant Grove Douglas Rawls, Rt. 1 Box 34, Aulander 27805 

Potecasi Willie Bridgers, Lasker 27848 

Powellsville J.D. Jones, P.O. Box 26, Powellsville 27967 

Rich Square J.M. Tyler, P.O. Box 646, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside James Matthews, Rt. 1 Box 213, Merry Hill 27957 

Ross Ray Kornegay, Rt. 3 Box 406-H, Windsor 27983 

Seaboard James Griffith, P.O. Box 220, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Dennis R. Woodard, P.O. Box 606, Severn 27877 

Siloam Arthur Leggett, Rt. 4 Box 888, Windsor 27983 

St. John's Eddie Newsome, Rt. 1 Box 118, Aulander 27805 

Union (R.A.) Jackie Brinkley, Rt. 2 Box 225-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Winton W.W. Felton, P.O. Box 66, Winton 27986 

Woodland Wayne Futrell, P.O. Box 420, Woodland 27897 

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Woman's Missionary Union 



Ahoskie, First Mrs. Malcolm Copeland, 915 W. Stokes St., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Mrs. Vera Futrell, Rt. 1 Box 206, Conway 27820 

Askewville Mrs. Martha L. White, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Mrs. Cleo Tinkham, P.O. Box 171, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Mrs. Everette Miller, Rt. 2 Box 170, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Mrs. Fenton Mayle, Rt. 1 Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem Mrs. Catherine Lassiter, Powells ville 27967 

Brantley's Grove Mrs. Lloyd Dunlow, Rt. 3 Box 171-D, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Mrs. R.G. Whitley, Rt. 1 Box 50, Como 27818 

Capeharts Mrs. Dannie McClenney, Rt. 1 Box 39, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Mrs. Virginia W. Hardison, 206 E. Pitt St., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Mrs. Levie Dilday, P.O. Box 115, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Mrs. Dorothea Joyner, P.O. Box 3, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Mrs. Linwood Mitchell, Rt. 1 Box 132, Harrellsville 27942 

Connaritsa Mrs. J.R. Jernigan, P.O. Box 335, Aulander 27805 

Conway Mrs. Kelly Vann, Rt. 2, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Mrs. Marcus Johnson, 204 E. South St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Mrs. Earl Lassiter, Rt. 2 Box 314, Conway 27820 

Earlys Mrs. L.P. Britton, 816 W. Church St., Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood Mrs. Lucille Dunlow, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Elam Mrs. C.B. Painter, Rt. 1 Box 269, Garysburg 27831 

Elm Grove Mrs. Nancy Mizelle, Rt. 2 Box 283, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mrs. Henry Britton, Rt. 1 Box 174, Pendleton 27862 

Green's Cross Mrs. Reginald Asbell, Rt. 2 Box 188, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Mrs. Cecil Callis, P.O. Box 65, Harrellsville 27942 

Holly Grove Mrs. Cecil Narron, Rt. 2 Box 244-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Holly Springs Evelyn Hull, P.O. Box X, Winton 27986 

Jackson Mrs. William Barrow, Rt. 1 Box 447, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Mrs. Allen Johnston, P.O. Box 27, Kelford 27847 

Lawrence Mrs. Linda Harden, Rt. 2 Box 553, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston, First Mrs. Evelyn J. Parker, P.O. Box 157, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Margarettsville Mrs. C.C. Woodard, Margaretts ville 27853 

Mars Hill Mrs. J. Cecil Aldridge, Rt. 1 Box 334, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Mrs. David Lane, P.O. Box 188, Woodland 27897 

Menola Mrs. Ernestine Northcott, Rt. 1, Woodland 27897 

Merry Hill Mrs. Beth White, P.O. Box 146, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Carmel Judy Barnes, Rt. 1, Seaboard 27876 

Mt. Tabor Mrs. F.E. Holloman, Rt. 1 Box 288, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro Mrs. Thomas H. Caulkins, 500 Lakeview Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Mrs. J.N. Baggett, Rt. 4 Box 832, Windsor 27983 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Donald Jurnigan, Rt. 1 Box 41, Woodland 27897 

Potecasi Mrs. Louise Cooke, Rt. 1 Box88-C, Potecasi 27848 

Powellsville Mrs. James E. Wright, P.O. Box 5, Powellsville 27967 

Republican Mrs. Wilson Jernigan, Rt. 1, Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Lynda Johnson, P.O. Box 276, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Mrs. Rhodes Pratt, Rt. 1 Box 179, Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel Mrs. Lois Edwards, P.O. Box 55, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Mrs. Sue S. Todd, Rt. 3 Box 382, Windsor 27983 

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Sandy Run Mrs. Joseph H. Walston, P.O. Box 129, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard Mrs. Calvin Maddry, P.O. Box 272, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Miss Linda Tyler, Rt. 1 Box 30, Margarettsville 27853 

Siloam Mrs. Elsie Mobley, 1 1810 W. Main St., Williamston 27892 

St. John's Mrs. Edith Dempsey, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Union Mrs. Ray Lassiter, Rt. 2 Box 62-B, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Mrs. Edith Bryant, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Winton Mrs. Herbert Brett, P.O. Box 129, Winton 27986 

Woodland 

Chairman of Deacons 

Ahoskie, First Julian Robertson, 517 Pembroke Av., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Albert Vann, Rt. 1, Conway 27820 

Askewville Dancy G. White, Rt. 3 Box 192, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Mack Pen well, P.O. Box 27, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Not Elected 

Bethel Fenton Mayle, Rt. 1 Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem John R. Moore, Rt. 4 Box 100, Ahoskie 27910 

Brantley's Grove Henry Dilday, Rt. 4 Box PL3, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Earl D. Cutshsbsertson, Rt. 1, Como 27818 

Capeharts Dennis Brooks, Rt. 1, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Robert B. Spivey, 306 Sutton Dr., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove David Brinkley, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 92-X, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Grove R.W. Baker, Jr., P.O. Box 27, Harrellsville 27924 

Colerain Tildon Brown, Star Route Box 22, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa Herman Morriss, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Conway Denny Vann, Rt. 1 Box 84, Conway 27810 

Creech Memorial Emmett Casper, Rt. 1 Box 84-D, Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Roy Pierce, Rt. 2 Box 404, Conway 27820 

Early's 

Elam Z.L. Davenport, P.O. Box 85, Gumberry 27838 

Elm Grove Fentress Mizelle, Rt. 2 Box 238, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Billy Harris, Rt. 1 Box 193, Pendleton 27862 

Green's Cross George Harden, Rt. 2 Box 242, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Luther Whitley, Rt. 1 Box 53, Harrellsville 27942 

Hebron Marnch Futrell, Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove Carol Francis, Rt. 1 Box 310-B, Aulander 27805 

Holly Springs Sandra Hollowell, Rt. 1 Box 115, Cofield 27922 

Horton's J.E. Phelps, P.O. Box 336, Aulander 27805 

Jackson T.E. Evans, P.O. Box 684, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Franklin Lewis, P.O. Box 31, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Keith Britton, Rt. 1 Box 151-F, Woodland 27897 

Lawrence W.W. Daniels, 702 Center St., Windsor 27983 

Lewiston, First To be elected 

Margarettsville Jesse M. Vick, P.O. Box 42, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Milton Robertson, Rt. 1 Box 99, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Vernon Joyner, Rt. 1 Box 420, Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola William Burkett, Woodland 27897 

Merry Hill L.T. Jackson, Rt. 2 Box 424 !/2, Windsor 27983 



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Mt. Carmel Rupert Hasty, Jackson 27845 

Mt. Tabor Dwight Tinkham, Rt. 1 Box 251, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro J.M. Jenkins, 508 Lakeview Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove D.R. Miller, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Jerry R. Baker, Rt. 1 Box 47-A, Kelford 27847 

Potecasi Donnie Rodgers, Woodland 27897 

Powellsville Merrill Waters, P.O. Box 104, Powellsville 27967 

Republican Wilson Jernigan, Rt. 1, Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Arthur Lee Horton, Lee St., Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Darrell Adams, Rt. 1 Box 213, Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel Not Elected 

Ross Ray Kornegay, Rt. 3 Box 406-H, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run Robert F. Davis, P.O. Box 7, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard C.C. Howell, P.O. Box 399, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Frank L. Ferguson, P.O. Box 151, Severn 27877 

Siloam Thomas Speller, 306 Oak St., Williamston 27892 

St. John's Ray Burkett, Rt. 2 Box 146-B, Ahoskie 27910 

Union Jackie Brinkley, Rt. 2 Box 225-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Bobby Belch, Rt. 2 Box 65, Colerain 27924 

Winton W.E. Vinson, Jr., P.O. Box 237, Winton 27986 

Woodland J.H. Liverman, P.O. Box 439, Woodland 27897 

Media/Library Directors 

Ahoskie, First Mrs. Louise Garrett, 421 W. First St., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Mrs. Vera Futrell, Rt. 1 Box 206, Conway 27820 

Askewville Mrs. Velma White, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Cashie Shelton Leggett, 101 E. Camden St., Windsor 27983 

Christian Harbor Mrs. Nellie J. Holloman, Rt. 1 Box 92, Harrellsville 27942 

Conway Mrs. Lee J. Duncan, P.O. Box 204, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Mrs. Stanley J. Horton, 402 E. Memorial Dr., Ahoskie 27910 

Elm Grove Mrs. Louise Jernigan, Rt. 2 Box 336, Colerain 27924 

Green's Cross Mrs. Allie Mizelle, Rt. 2 Box 169, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Mrs. R.C. Mason, Jr., P.O. Box 6, Harrellsville 27942 

Lasker Mrs. Talmadge Barnes, Rich Square 27869 

Meherrin Mrs. Clyde Davis, Rt. 1 Box 100, Pendleton 27862 

Merry Hill Mrs. Beth White, P.O. Box 146, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Tabor Mrs. Vivian Futrell, Rt. 1 Box 382, Murfreesboro 27855 

Robert's Chapel Mrs. Emma Gay Stephenson, P.O. Box 65, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Miss Carol Ann Cobb, Rt. 3 Box 390-C, Windsor 27983 

Severn Mrs. Ralph Britt, P.O. Box 173, Severn 27877 

Woodland Mrs. Hannah Vaughan, P.O. Box 367, Woodland 27897 

Church Clerks 

Ahoskie, First Mrs. CD. Wiggins, Jr., 318 Ruth Av., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Faye L. Vinson, Rt. 1 Box 127, Conway 27820 

Askewville Dancy G. White, Rt. 3 Box 192, Windsor 27983 



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Aulander T.H. Griffith, P.O. Box 81, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Mrs. Carolyn W. Lawrence, Rt. 2 Box 194, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Fenton Mayle, Rt. 1 Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem W.D. Wiggins, Rt. 1 Box 40, Cofield 27922 

Brantley's Grove Mrs. Charlie Godwin, Rt. 3 Box 12-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn William G. Lawrence, 214 Liberty St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Capeharts Mrs. Deborah Daniels, Rt. 3 Box 366, Windsor 27983 

Cashie Miss Janie Lee Hughes, 401 Cale St., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Otis C. Payne, 421 Rhue St., Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Mrs. Jean White, Rt. 1 Box 23-X, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Mrs. Jim Edwards, P.O. Box 94, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa Mrs. Clyde Francis, Rt. 2 Box 1 14, Aulander 27805 

Conway Mrs. Lee J. Duncan, P.O. Box 204, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Richard Davis, Rt. 4, Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Mrs. Mike Lassiter, Rt. 2 Box 348, Conway 27820 

Early's Mrs. R.E. Brinkley, Rt. 1 Box 20, Ahoskie 27910 

Elam Thad Harris, P.O. Box 32, Seaboard 27876 

Elm Grove Lloyd Barmer, Rt. 2 Box 351, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mrs. Henry Britton, Rt. 1 Box 174, Pendleton 27862 

Green's Cross Mrs. George Harden, Rt. 2 Box 242, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville R.C. Mason, Jr., P.O. Box 6, Harrellsville 27942 

Hebron Mrs. Simone Miles, Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove Miss Willie B. Bazemore, Rt. 1 Box 248, Ahoskie 27910 

Holly Springs Sandra Hollo well, Rt. 1 Box 115, Cofield 27922 

Horton's Mrs. Charlie S. Powell, Rt. 2 Box 45, Aulander 27805 

Jackson Mrs. T.A. Stephenson, P.O. Box 115, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Mrs. Beatrice Copeland, P.O. Box 21, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Mrs. Nancy Hawks, Lasker 27848 

Lawrence Mike Edwards, Rt. 2 Box 454-E, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston, First Mrs. Charles Vaughan, P.O. Box 235, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Margarettsville Mrs. J.W. Vaughan, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Mrs. Peggy R. Jones, Rt. 1 Box 105, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Mrs. Gary Northcott, Rt. 2 Box 133, Ahoskie 27910 

Menola Mrs. Kate Barber, Rt. 1 Box 246, Woodland 27897 

Merry Hill Mrs. Dorothy P. Jackson, Rt. 2 Box 424^/2 , Windsor 27983 

Mt. Carmel Betty Long, Rt. 1 Box28-B, Seaboard 27876 

Mt. Tabor CM. King, Rt. 1 Box 368-A, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro Mrs. Pat Edwards, 109 Forest Circle, Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Mrs. Doris Smith, P.O. Box 514, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Margaret B. Dunning, Rt. 1 Box 43, Woodland 27897 

Potecasi J.T. Babb, Rt. 1 Box 89, Woodland 27897 

Powellsville Mrs. Oma D. Askew, Rt. 1 Box 153, Ahoskie 27910 

Republican Mrs. Reddick White, Jr., 301 Sterlingworth St., Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Pat Bennett, S. Main St., Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Walter S. Dunlow, Rt. 1 Box 217, Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel Steve Mann, P.O. Box 28, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Mrs. Elizabeth W. Bunch, Rt. 3 Box 336-A, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run Mrs. Leslie W. Walston, P.O. Box 38, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard Mrs. Tommy Flythe, P.O. Box 238, Seaboard 27876 



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Severn Mrs. Marion Tyler, Rt. 1 Box 30, Margarettsville 27853 

Siloam Clyde Anders, Rt. 2 Box 90, Windsor 27983 

St. John's Ellen Harrell, Rt. 1 Box 175, Aulander 27805 

Union Mrs. Jackie Brinkley, Rt. 2 Box 225-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Floyd M. Perry, Rt. 2 Box 396, Colerain 27924 

Winton Gloria J. Thum, P.O. Box 462, Winton 27986 

Woodland Mrs. Valentine C. White, P.O. Box 107, Woodland 27897 

Treasurers 

Ahoskie, First Miss Anne Hill, Rt. 2 Box 22, Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Sarah Askew, Rt. 2 Box 67, Murfreesboro 27855 

Askewville Mrs. Bennie White, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Thomas P. Hale, Rt. 1 Box 458, Aulander 27805 

Bethany. Everette Miller, Rt. 2 Box 170, Colerain 27924 

Bethel P.L. Daniel, Rt. 1 Box 81, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem Mrs. W.S. Bazemore, Rt. 1, Cofield 27922 

Brantley's Grove Miss Viola Dilday, Rt. 2 Box 257, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Mrs. Oscar Spruill, Rt. 1 Box 51-A, Como 27818 

Capeharts Mrs. Lois Hughes, 142 Morris Circle, Edenton 27932 

Cashie Miss Katherine Gillam, 912 N. King St., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove David Brinkley, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 92-X, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Mrs. R.W. Baker, Jr., P.O. Box 27, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain .Mrs. Eloise Perry, P.O. Box 5, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa C.E. Baker, P.O. Box 57, Aulander 27805 

Conway Mrs. Lee J. Duncan, P.O. Box 204, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Douglas Lowe, 925 N. West St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Mrs. Grady Bridgers, Rt. 1 Box 168, Jackson 27845 

Early's R.E. Brinkley, Rt. 1 Box 20, Ahoskie 27910 

Elam William Stephenson, P.O. Box 12, Seaboard 27876 

Elm Grove Mrs. Louise Jernigan, Rt. 2 Box 236, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Billy Britton, Rt. 1 Box 173, Pendleton 27862 

Green's Cross Mrs. Margaret Mizelle, 1004 Taylor St., Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville J.W. Mason, Rt. 1 Box 10, Harrellsville 27942 

Hebron Mrs. Walter Miles, P.O. Box 251, Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove Mrs. Eugene Simons, P.O. Box 232, Powellsville 27967 

Holly Springs Betty L. Eure, Rt. 1 Box 12-R, Ahoskie 27910 

Horton's Mrs. Dennis Bazemore, P.O. Box 465, Windsor 27983 

Jackson Mrs. J.B. Duke, P.O. Box 185, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Franklin Lewis, P.O. Box 31, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Mrs. Talmadge Barnes, Rich Square 27869 

Lawrence Vernon Cobb, Rt. 4, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston, First Ben P. Weaver, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Margarettsville Mrs. Lenora Vaughan, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Mrs. Margaret Davidson, Rt. 1 Box 343, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Ray Dixon, Rt. 1 Box 361-B, Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Miss Sally Barber, Rt. 2 Box 22, Ahoskie 27910 

Merry Hill Roy Pierce, Rt. 2, Windsor 27983 



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Mt. Carmel Evelyn Stephenson, Rt. 1, Jackson 27845 

Mt. Tabor F.E. Holloman, Rt. 1 Box 288, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro Mrs. Myrna Allen, Woodland Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Mrs. Doris Smith, P.O. Box 514, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Jim P. Liverman, Rt. 1 Box 2, Aulander 27805 

Potecasi Mrs. Elsie Jenkins, Rt. 2 Box 3417, Conway 27820 

Powellsville Mrs. Donna Tayloe, Rt. 1 Box 5-X, Ahoskie 27910 

Republican Reddick White, Jr., 301 Sterlingworth St., Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Teresa Vick, Pine St., Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Mrs. Sue Baker, Rt. 1 Box 147-A, Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel Keith Edwards, P.O. Box 48, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Basil Hoggard, Rt. 3 Box 313-A, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run Mrs. H.M. McLawhorn, P.O. Box 66, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard Mrs. Neal Vaughan, P.O. Box 81, Margarettsville 27853 

Severn Garland D. Barnes, P.O. Box 35, Severn 27877 

Siloam Joe Leggett, Rt. 4 Box 755, Windsor 27983 

St. John's Mrs. Ronald Edwards, Rt. 1 Box 116, Aulander 27805 

Union Mrs. C.J. Liverman, Rt. 1 Box 249, Aulander 27805 

Wakelon Mrs. Agnes Belch, Rt. 2 Box 65, Colerain 27924 

Winton Gloria J. Thum, P.O. Box 462, Winton 27986 

Woodland J.G. Outland, Jr., P.O. Box 445, Woodland 27897 




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The 1986 Annual 
of the 

West Chowan Baptist Association 
is concluded with 
the following statistical tables 
for your further 
information and reference. 

Table A - Church Membership 

Table B - Sunday School 

Table D - Music Ministry 

Table E - Woman's Missionary Union 

Table F - Brotherhood 

Table G - Total Receipts, Expenditures, Stewardship 
Table H - Mission Expenditures 
Table I - Special Information 
Table C - Church Training 



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Hertford 
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Bertie 


Hertford 
N' hampto 
Bertie 


TABLE A CHIJRCH MEMBER- 


SHIP & OTHER INFORMATION 

West Chowan 
North CaroUna 
Year Ending 9/30/86 


CHURCHES 


AHOSKIE FBC 
ASHLEY'S GROVE 
ASKEWVILLE 
AULANDER 
BETHANY 
BETHEL 
BETHLEHEM 
BRANTLEY'S GROVE 


BUCKHORN 

CAPEHARTS 

CASHIE 

CENTER GROVE 
CHRISTIAN HARBQR 
COLERAIN 
CONNARITSA 
CONWAY 


CREECH MEMORIAL 

CREEKSVILLE 

EARLYS 

EDGEWOOD 

ELAM 

ELM GROVE 
GALATIA 
GREEN'S CROSS 


HARRELLSVILLE 
HEBRON 
HOLLY GROVE 



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Bertie 
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Bertie 
Bertie 
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Bertie 
Hertford 


Hertford 
Bertie 
Hertford 
N' hamptor 


HOLLY SPRINGS 

HORTONS 

JACKSON 

KELFORD 

LASKER 


LAWRENCE 
LEWISTON FBC 
MARGARETTSVILLE 
MARS HILL 
MEHERRIN 
MENOLA 
MERRY HILL 
MOUNT CARMEL 


MOUNT TABOR 
MURFREESBORO 
OAK GROVE 
PLEASANT GROVE 
POTECASI 
POWELLSVILLE 
REPUBLICAN 
RICH SQUARE 


RIVERSIDE 
ROBERT'S CHAPEL 
ROSS 

SANDY RUN 
SEABOARD 
SEVERN 
SI LOAM 
ST. JOHN'S 


UNION 
WAKELON 
WINTON 
WOODLAND 

TOTALS 

PREVIOUS YEAR TOTALS 



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West Chowan 
North CaroUna 

Assoc. S.S. Director: Rev. Herman 
Hicks, Rt. 1 Box 62-F, Ahoskie, 
NC 27910 

Year Ending 9/30/86 


CHURCHES 


AHOSKIE FBC 
ASHLEY'S GROVE 
ASKEWVILLE 
AULANDER 
BETHANY 
BETHEL 
BETHLEHEM 
BRANTLEY'S GROVE 


BUCKHORN 

CAPEHARTS 

CASHIE 

CENTER GROVE 
CHRISTIAN HARBOR 
COLERAIN 
CONNARITSA 
CONWAY 


CREECH MEMORIAL 

CREEKSVILLE 

EARLYS 

EDGEWOOD 

ELAM 

ELM GROVE 
GALATIA 
GREEN'S CROSS 


HARRELLSVILLE 
HEBRON 
HOLLY GROVE 



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HORTONS 

JACKSON 

KELFORD 

LASKER 


LAWRENCE 
LEWISTON FBC 
MARGARETTSVILLE 
MARS HILL 
MEHERRIN 
MENOLA 
MERRY HILL 
MOUNT CARMEL 


MOUNT TABOR 
MURFREESBORO 
OAK GROVE 
PLEASANT GROVE 
POTECASI 
POWELLSVILLE 
REPUBLICAN 
RICH SQUARE 


RIVERSIDE 
ROBERT'S CHAPEL 
ROSS 

SANDY RUN 
SEABOARD 
SEVERN 
SI LOAM 
ST. JOHN'S 


UNION 
WAKELON 
WINTON 
WOODLAND 

TOTALS 

PREVIOUS YEAR TOTALS 



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West Chowan 

North Carolina , 
Assoc. Music Director: Miss Anna 
Belle Crouch, 411 Union St., I 
Murfreesboro, NC 27855 '! 
Year Ending 9/30/86 


CHURCHES 


AHOSKIE 

ASHLEY'S GROVE 

ASKEWVILLE 

AULANDER 

BETHANY 

BETHEL 

BETHLEHEM 

BRANTLY'S GROVE 


BUCKHORN 

CAPEHARTS 

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CHRISTIAN HARBOR 
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West Chowan 
North Carolina 

Assoc. Brotherhood Director: Rev. 
Dave HoUaday, Rt. 1 Box 93, 
Pleasant HiU, NC 27866 

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North Carolina 

Assoc. C.T. Director: Rev. Frank 
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27986 

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West Chowan Baptist Association Office 
1010 . 1014 Jersey Street 
Ahoskie, North CaroHna 27910 



West Chowan 
Baptist Association 
North Carolina 



Minutes of the 
One Hundred Fourth Annual Session 



West Chowan 
Baptist Association 

held with the 

GALATIA BAPTIST CHURCH 
Tuesday afternoon & evening, October 20, 1987 

ASKEWVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH 
Wednesday morning & afternoon, October 21, 1987 




The 1988 Sessions Will Be Held: 

Tuesday, October 18, 1988 with the 

ELAM BAPTIST CHURCH 
Preacher: Rev. WindeU Patterson 
Alternate: Rev. Larry McCarty 
and 

Wednesday, October 19, 1988 
SEABOARD BAPTIST CHURCH 
Preacher: Rev. Ed Dacus 
Alternate: Rev. Ray Craig 



SPRING MEETING 
Tuesday, April 26, 1988 
WINTON BAPTIST CHURCH 



Table of Contents 



Associational Directory 1 

1987-88 Associational Council 1 

Ministers/Wives Fellowship Group 2 

W.M.U. Officers 2 

Committee on Committees 3 

1987-88 Executive Promotion Committee 5 

Miscellaneous Directory 6 

Pastors 7 

Sunday School Directors 8 

Church Training Directors 10 

Brotherhood Directors 10 

W.M.U. Directors 11 

Chairmen of Deacons 12 

Church Clerks 13 

Treasurers 15 

Music Directors 16 

Organists/Pianists 17 

Media Center Directors 19 

Constitution 20 

Proceedings of the 2nd Annual Spring Session (Tuesday, April 28, 1987) ... 30 

History of Center Grove Baptist Church 32 

Proceedings of the 104th Annual Session (Tuesday, October 20, 1987) 34 

History of Galatia Baptist Church 38 

History of Askewville Baptist Church 40 

Chowan College letter 42 

REPORTS 

Director of Missions 43 

Associational Council 44 

Treasurer's 45 

Budget 1987-88 49 

Sunday School 50 

Church Training 51 

W.M.U , 52 

Brotherhood 52 

Music 53 

Seminary Extension 54 

Ordination 54 

Committee on Nominations 55 

Stewardship Development 55 

Missions Development 56 

Evangelism 57 

Building Committee 58 

Resolutions 59 

Messengers 59 

Memorials 62 

Early Bird Clerks 66 

Historical Tables 68 

Annual Session Schedule for the 80's 67 

Statistical Tables 69 

Associational Maps 87 



Associational Directory 



General Officers 

MODERATOR 

Nathan Copeland, III, P.O. Box 237, Windsor 27983; (O) 794-4041, (H) 794-4352 

VICE-MODERATOR 
Mrs. Billy Harris, Rt. 1, Box 193, Pendleton 27867; 585-1147 

CLERK 

Floyd Barmer, Rt. 2, Box 351, Colerain 27924; 356-2876 
TREASURER 

Miss Sally Ann Barber, Rt. 2, Box 22, Ahoskie 27910; (O) 332-3594, (H) 332-2547 

SUNDAY SCHOOL 
Herman Hicks, Rt. 1, Box 62F, Ahoskie 27910; (C) 332-3719, (H) 332-6968 

CHURCH TRAINING 
Frank Stansbury, P.O. Box 415, Winton 27986; 358-3781 

BROTHERHOOD DIRECTOR 
Dave HoUaday, Rt. 1, Box 90, Pleasant Hill 27866; 589-1071 

MUSIC DIRECTOR 
Miss Anna Belle Crouch, 411 Union St., Murfreesboro 27855; 398-3530 



WEST CHOWAN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION OFFICE 
1010 - 1014 Jersey Street 
Post Office Box 215 
Ahoskie, North Carolina 27910 
Telephone: (919) 332-3235 

Rev. Lonnie R. Armstrong Director of Missions 

Mrs. Jo-Ann Mizelle Secretary 



1987-88 Associational Council 

Moderator . . . Mrs. Billy Harris (Corene), Rte. 1, Box 193, Pendleton, N.C. 27867 

585-1147 

Vice-Moderator. . . Rev. Joe McLean, P.O. Box 445, Jackson, N.C. 27845; 534-3541 

Clerk Mr. Flovd Barmer, Rte. 2, Box 351, Colerain, N.C. 27924; (H) 356-2876 

(O) 332-3656 

Treasurer Miss Sally Ann Barber, Rte. 2, Box 22, Ahoskie, N.C. 27910 

(H) 332-2547, (O) 332-3594 

S. S. Director Rev. Herman Hicks, Rte. 1, Box 62-F, Ahoskie, N.C. 27910 

(H) 332-6968, (O) 332-3719 

C. T. Director . . . Rev. Frank Stansbury, P.O. Box 415, Winton, N.C. 27986; 358-3781 
Music Director . . Miss Anna Belle Crouch, 411 Union Street, Murfreesboro, N.C. 

27855; 398-3530 

Brotherhood Director . . . Rev. Dave Holladav, Rte. 1, Box 90, Pleasant Hill, N.C. 

1 ' 27866; 589-1071 



WMU Director Mrs. Julia Hughes, P.O. Box 401, Colerain, N.C. 27924; 

(H) 356-4217, (O) 332-5921 

Evangelism Director Rev. Windell Patterson, P.O. Box 128, Pendleton, N.C. 

27867; 585-1379 

Stewardship Director . . . Mr. Robert B. Spivey, 306 Sutton Drive, Windsor, N.C. 

27983; 794-4092 

Missions Dev. Director . . . Rev. James Hester, P.O. Box 158, Conway, N.C. 27820 

585-1893 

Representatives for Bertie, Hertford, and Northampton Counties: 

Bertie Mr. Thomas S. Hale, Rte. 1, Box 458, Aulander, N.C. 27805 

Hertford Mrs. Sadie Whitley, Rte. 1, Box 62, Como, N.C. 27818 

Northampton Mrs. Jennings White, Jr., P.O. Box 147, Conway, N.C. 27820 

Ministers' Wives Fellowship Group 

Pastors Rev. Joe McLean (President) 

Wives Mrs. Edith Patterson (president) 

This fellowship group meets the first Monday of each month at 10:30 a.m., 
unless it is a holiday or convention. Membership fee is $3.00 per year. 

W.M.U. Officers 1987-88 

W.M.U. Director Julia O. Hughes, P.O. Box 401, Colerain, NC 27924 

(Colerain Baptist); (H) 356-4217, (W) 332-5921 

Assistant W.M.U. Director Mrs. Franklin Stansbury (Janie), P.O. Box 415 

Winton, NC 27986, (Winton Baptist); (H) 358-3781, (W) 358-7855 

Secretary/Treasurer Mrs. Louis Dilday (Jean), Rt. 4, Box 428, Ahoskie, NC 

27910, (Ahoskie First Baptist); (H) 3324301, (W) 332-5914 

B.W. Director Mrs. Julian C. Bryant (Patsy), Rt. 3, Box 204, Windsor, NC 

27983, (Askewville Baptist); (H) 794-3938, (W) 794-2182 
Assistant B.W. Director. . . .Mrs. Jimmy Hoggard (Evelyn), Rt. 1, Box 98, Cofield 
NC 27922, (Holly Springs Baptist); (H) 3564432, (W) 356-4574 

Y.B.W. Director Mrs. John Floyd Mizelle (JoAnn), Rt. 2, Box 312, Colerain 

NC 27924, (Askewville Baptist); (H) 7944253, (W) 332-3235 
Assistant Y.B.W. Director . . . Mrs. Charlie Cullipher (Betty Sue), Rt. 2, Box 110, 
Colerain, NC 27924, (Creech Memorial Baptist); 3564793 
B.Y.W. Director . . Mrs. Edgar Lowers (Donna), 420 N. Academy Street, Ahoskie 

NC 27910, (Creech Memorial Baptist); 332-6094 

Assistant B.Y.W. Director Mrs. Vincent Tilson (Libby), P.O. Box 377 

Murfreesboro, NC 27855, (Murfreesboro Baptist); 398-5462 

Acteens Director Mrs. Jim Harris (Virginia), Rt. 2, Box 104, Ahoskie, NC 

27910, (St. Johns Baptist); 332-6146 
Assistant Acteens Director . . Cornelia Sumner, P.O. Box 212, Potecasi, NC 27867 

(Potecasi Baptist); (H) 587-4821, (W) 539-2873 

G.A. Director Rita Myers, 400 N. Curtis Street, Ahoskie, NC 27910, (Ahoskie 

First Baptist); (H) 332-3258, (W) 332-2588 

Assistant G.A. Director Mrs. James B. Edwards, Jr. (Becky), P.O. Box 94 

Colerain, NC 27924, (Colerain Baptist); (H) 356-4303, (W) 356-4654 



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Mission Friends Director . . Mrs. Lewis Jennings (Carolyn), P.O. Box 8, Potecasi, 
NC 27867, (Potecasi Baptist); (H) 587-3641, (W) 534-5851, 534-5841 
Assistant Mission Friends Director. . . Mrs. Al Baggett (Susan), 107 Victoria Ave., 
WiUiamston, NC 27892, (Siloam Baptist); (H) 792-5674, (W) 794-3135 

Mission Action Director Mrs. Steve Lassiter (Nelda), 907 N. Curtis Street 

Ahoskie, NC 27910, (Ahoskie First Baptist); (H) 332-3755, 332-5582, (W) 332-2588 

Assistant Mission Action Director Lillian Ann Hunnicutt, P.O. Box 127 

HarrellsviUe, NC 27942, (HarrellsviUe Baptist); (H) 356-2402, (Mother's) 356-4855 

Enlistment/Enlargement Director Mrs. Gerald Riggs (Doris), 513 Meherrin 

Lane, Murfreesboro, NC 27855, (Meherrin Baptist); 398-4963 

Centennial Chairman Mrs. R. G. Whitley (Sadie Mae), Rt. 1, Box 62, Como 

NC 27818, (Como Baptist); 398-3312 

Mission Study Chairman Beth Ward, P.O. Box 14, Winton, NC 27986 

(Winton Baptist); (H) 358-4771, (W) 358-7855 

Mission Support Chairman Mrs. Keith Britton (Wanda), Rt. 1, Box 151F 

Woodland, NC 27897, (Lasker Baptist); 539-2372 

Scholarship Chairman Mrs. Clifton Joyner (Patty), 208 S. Second Street 

Murfreesboro, NC 27855, (Murfreesboro Baptist); (H) 398-3516, (W) 539-4124 



Committee on Committees 

COMMITTEE ON PLACE AND PREACHER 

Chairman - Gerald K. Riggs 
Thomas Ruffin 
Mrs. Corene Harris 

COMMITTEE ON RESOLUTIONS 

Chairman - John Spencer 
David Brinkley 
Shelby L. Stephens 

COMMITTEE ON ORDER OF BUSINESS 

Chairman - Joe McLean 

Dennis Woodard 
Mrs. Evelyn J. Parker 
W. E. Vinson, Jr. 
Mrs. Deborah Lane 

COMMITTEE ON NOMINATIONS 

Chairman - Leslie White 
J. W. Barkley 
Ben Sutton 
Mrs. Herbert Jenkins 
Jack Byrd 
William Lawrence 
Mrs. Betty Jean Baugham 
Mrs. Elaine Myers 
Mrs. Sue Todd 



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COMMITTEE ON TRUSTEES 



Chairman 



Chairman 



Henry Miller 
Jack WiUiford 
Russell Johnson, 



COMMITTEE ON ORDINATION 



Luther V. High 
Hubert Mizelle 
Thomas H. Caulkins 

COMMITTEE ON HISTORY 

Chairman - Hargus Taylor (1989) 

Mrs. Marion Tyler (1990) 
Mrs. Edward L. Womble (1992) 
Dwight Tinkham (1988) 
Mrs. Beth White (1991) 

COMMITTEE ON MEMORIALS 

Chairman - Charles Smith 

Mrs. William Lawrence 
Miss Helen Griffin 

COMMITTEE ON MEMBERSHIP 

Chairman - Gerald Riggs (1988) 
Roy F. Lowry (1990) 
Wilson Jernigan (1992) 
Freddie Harris (1989) 
Harry Ward (1991 

COMMITTEE ON CONSTITUTION 

Chairman - Franklin B. Lowe 
Joseph D. Blythe 
Ben I. Mann 

COMMITTEE ON LIBRARIES 

Chairman - Mrs. Myra Northcott 
Mrs. R. C. Mason 
Mrs. John Vaughan 
Mrs. James Langford 

COMMITTEE ON SEMINARY EXTENSION 

Chairman - J. Cecil Aldridge (1990) 
Larry McCarty (1989) 
Shelby Stephens (1988) 



COMMITTEE ON STEWARDSHIP DEVELOPMENT 

Chairman - Robert B. Spivey 
Mrs. Joan Horne 
Mrs. R. G. Whitley 
Thomas P. Hale 
John H. Liverman 
John Melton Jenkins 
James Langford 

COMMITTEE ON MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT 

Chairman - James Hester 
Dave HoUaday 
Mrs. Nelda Lassiter 
Mike Johnson 

COMMITTEE ON EVANGELISM 

Chairman - Windell Patterson 
Micke) Redus 
Dwight Tic'kham 
Billy Nale 
Randy Ellison 
Ray Craig 
John Oliver 

1987-88 Executive Promotion Committee 



Ahoskie Mrs. William Springfield, 723 W. Church St., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Ray Bryant, Rt. 2, Miirl reeshoro 27855 

AskewviUe David Cobb, Rt. 3, Box 251, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Thomas P. Hale, Rt. 1, Box 458, Aulander 27805 

Bethel Fenton Mayle, Rt. 1, Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Buckhorn Mrs. R. G. Whitley, Rt. 1, Box 62, Como 27818 

Capeharts H. G. Evans, Rt. 1, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Robert B. Spivey, 306 Sutton Dr., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove David Brinkley, Jr., Rt. 1, Box 92X, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor R. W. Baker, Jr., P.O. Box 27, Harrellsville 27942 

Malcolm Morris, P.O. Box 85, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Mrs. Julia Hughes, P.O. Box 401, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa L. B. Chamblee, Rt. 2, Box 111, Aulander 27805 

Conway Lee Brittle, Rt. 2, Box 1, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Emmett Casper, Rt. 1, Box 84-D, Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Earl Lassiter, Rt. 2, Box 314, (Conway 27820 

Earlys R. E. Brinkley, Rt. 1, Box 20, Ahoskie 27910 

Elam Z. L. Davenport, P.O. Box 85, Gumberry 27838 

Elm Grove Aubrey Mizelle, Rt. 2, Box 282, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Elliott Davis, Rt. 1, Box 59, Seaboard 27876 

Green s Cross George Harden, Rt. 2, Box 242, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Richard Liverman, Rt. 1, Box 100-A, Colield 27922 



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Holly Grove Thomas Ruffin, Jr., Rt. 1, Box 280, Ahoskie 27910 

Hortons J. E. Phelps, Box 336, Aulander 27805 

Jackson R. F. Lowry, Box 502, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Marion Vick, Box 128, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Gladston Martin, P.O. Box 117, Lasker 27848 

Lawrence W. G. Sallenger, Rt. 2, Box 524, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston J. B. Steward, Box 83, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Mars Hill Harvey L. Pearce, Rt. 1, Box 217, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Vernon Joyner, Rt. 1, Box 420, Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Mrs. Ernestine Northcott, Rt. 1, Woodland 27897 

Merry Hill Bert C. Willis, Jr., Box 145, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Tabor CM .King, Rt. 1, Box 368-A, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro Bob Hill, Sr., 620 Lakeview Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Pleasant Grove Jerry Baker, Rt. 1, Box 47-A, Kelford 27847 

Powellsville Shelton Freeman, P.O. Box 192, Powellsville 27967 

Republican Wilson Jernigan, Rt. 1, Box 137, Windsor 27983 

Robert's Chapel Rev. Randolph Phillips, Box 65, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Paul Basham, Rt. 3, Box 367, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run A. V. Hall, Box 85, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard Southgate Britt, Rt. 1, Box 193, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Frank L. Ferguson, P.O. Box 151, Severn 27877 

St. John's Troy Cox, P.O. Box 657, Aulander 27805 

Union William Charles, Rt. 2, Box 48-C, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon John H. Perry, Rt. 2, Box 392, Colerain 27924 

Winton W. W. Felton, P.O. Box 66, Winton 27986 

Woodland Miss Roberta Outland, P.O. Box 445, Woodland 27897 




Miscellaneous Directory 

Ordained Ministers 

(Other than Pastors) 



Ahoskie, First Francis Cordrey, Rt. 2, Box 45-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Edwin Dacus, 919 Richard St., Ahoskie 27910 

CreeksviUe Ni* kie Martin, P.O. Box 265, Conway 27820 

Currie Lynn Burgess, 806 Webb St., Gainesville, Fla. 32440 

Murfreesboro John Virkler, College St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Hargus Taylor, 101 Springlake Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 



Rowland S. Pruette, 108 Dogwood Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 
B. Franklin Lowe, 502 Lakeview Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 
Bela Udvarnoki, 609 Woodridge Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 
Bruce E. Whitaker, Pine Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 



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Philip Royce, Rt. 2, Murfreesboro 27855 
Clifton Collins, Rt. 1, Murfreesboro 27855 
Earl Parker, 109 Springlake Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 
Charles Paul, 625 Woodland Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Powellsville Daniel M. Spell, Rt. 1, Box 166, Ahoskie 27910 

Robert's Chapel Randolph Phillips, P.O. Box 65, Pendleton 27862 

Severn Donald E. Westbury, 1222-B Birch St., Fort Dix, NJ 08640 

Siloam Arthur Leggett, Rt. 4, Box 888, Windsor 27983 

Minister of Education 

Cashie John McGinnis, 703 Catling St., Windsor 27983 

Minister of Youth 

Ahoskie, First William Don Gober, P.O. Box 649, Ahoskie 27910 

Cashie John McGinnis, 703 Catling St., Windsor 27983 

Pleasant Grove Miss Ann Lassiter, Rt. 1, Box 277, Woodland 27897 

Ross Johnnie Hughes, Rt. 3, Box 327-C, Windsor 27983 

Seaboard Mrs. Neal Vaughan, P.O. Box 81, Margarettsville 27853 

Pastors 

Ahoskie, First James E. Langford, P.O. Box 649, Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove John Oliver, Rt. 1, Box 99, Conway 27820 

Askewville Freddie Harris, Rt. 3, Box 225, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Randy Ellison, P.O. Box 220, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Michael Redus, Rt. 2, Box 142-A, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Dave HoUaday, Rt. 1, Box 90, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem No Pastor 

Brantley's Grove James C. Ward, Rt. 3, Box 14-B, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Ray H. Craig, P.O. Box 67, Como 27818 

Capeharts Lawrence Jones, Rt.l, Box 276, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Jack W. Byrd, 101 Gray St., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Herman Hicks, Rt. 1, Box 62F, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Timothy Coins, P.O. Box 326, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Shelby L. Stephens, P.O. Box 126, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa Bruce Brown, P.O. Box 160, Aulander 27805 

Conway James E. Hester, P.O. Box 160, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Mark Morris, 502 S. Lloyd St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Dalton Coppedge, Rt. 2, Box 265, Conway 27820 

Earlys W. D. Morris, Rt. 1, Gates 27937 

Edgewood Stephen Wall, Rt. 3 Box 81 Vi, Windsor 27983 

Elam Hugh W. Mizelle, P.O. Box 37, Gumberry 27838 

Elm Grove Hubert L. Mizelle, Rt. 2, Box 330, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Billy E. Nale, Jr., Rt. 1, Box 89, Seaboard 27876 

Greens Cross Kenneth N. Bunch, Rt. 2, Box 146, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Gus Thomas, P.O. Box 5, Harrellsville 27942 



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Hebron J. N. Baggett, Rt. 4, Box 832, Windsor 27983 

Holly Grove Edwin C. Dacus, 919 Richard St., Ahoskie 27910 

Holly Springs Henry Boschen, P.O. Box 69, Roxobel 27872 

Hortons Bruce Brown, P.O. Box 160, Aulander 27805 

Jackson Joe D. McLean, P.O. Box 445, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Larry McCarty, P.O. Box 37, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Bill Miller, P.O. Box 146, Lasker 27848 

Lawrence Bobby Owens, HE. Cherokee Trail, Hertford 27944 

Lewiston Douglas E. Murray, P.O. Box 361, Lewiston 27849 

Margarettesville P. T. Worrell, P.O. Box 336, Seaboard 27876 

Mars Hill J. Cecil Aldridge, Rt. 1, Box 334, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Gerald K. Riggs, 513 Meherrin Ln., Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Herman Hicks, Rt. 1, Box 62F, Ahoskie 27910 

Merry Hill Phillip Knott, P.O. Box 68, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Carmel Paul T. Worrell, P.O. Box 336, Seaboard 27876 

Mt. Tabor Daniel Spell - Interim 

Murfreesboro Thomas H. Caulkins, P.O. Box 124, Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove J. N. Baggett, Rt. 4, Box 832, Windsor 27893 

Pleasant Grove Bill McEntire, Rt. 1, Box 39, Aulander 27805 

Potecasi Lewis Jennings, P.O. Box 8, Potecasi 27867 

Powellsville No Pastor 

Republican Harvey Jackson, 202 Belmont St., Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Bob Rogers, P.O. Box 589, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside James Buchanan, Rt. 1, Box 144, Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel Windell Patterson, P.O. Box 128, Pendleton 27862 

Ross J. Gordon Rawls, Rt. 3, Box 319-L, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run Charles L. Smith, Sr., P.O. Box 95, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard John Spencer, P.O. Box 357, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Luther High, P.O. Box 502, Severn 27877 

Siloam James Baughn, Rt. 4, Box 730, Windsor 27983 

St. Johns Jim Harris, Rt. 2, Box 104, Ahoskie 27910 

Union Michael Johnson, Rt. 2, Box 54, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Joe Polinski, Rt. 3, Box 6M, Windsor 27983 

Winton Frank Stansbury, P.O. Box 415, Winton 27986 

Woodland J. Lemar Wheeler, P.O. Box 444, Woodland 27897 

Sunday School Directors 

Ahoskie, First Mr. Vernon Baker, Rt. 1, Box 8B, Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Mr. Melvin Futrell, Rt. 1, Box 207, Conway 27820 

Askewville Mr. T. J. Jernigan, Rt. 3, Box 228, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Mr. David Terry, Rt. 1, Box 318, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Mr. Dan Perry, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Mr. Tony Mumford, Rt. 1, Box 83, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem Mr. Bobby Bazemore, Rt. 1, Cofield 27922 

Brantley's Grove Mr. Henry J. Dilday, Rt. 4, Box PL3, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Mr. Quinton Jenkins, P.O. Box 231, Como 27818 

Capeharts Mrs. Sue Davenport, Rt. 1, Box 269-D, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Mr. W. E. White, 408 Confederate Lane, Windsor 27983 



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Center Grove Mr. Robert Brantley, Rt. 1, Box 62 B, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Mr. Graham Pearce, Rt. 1, Box 74, Harrellsville 27942 

Coierain Mr. Jim Edwards, P.O. Box 94, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa Mr. L. B. Chamblee, Rt. 2, Box 111, Aulander 27805 

Conway Mr. Linwood Woodard, P.O. Box 346, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Mr. Emmett Casper, Rt. 1, Box 84-D, Ahoskie 27910 

CreeksviUe Mr. Stanley Vaughan, P.O. Box 271, Jackson 27845 

Earlys R. E. Brinkley, Rt. 1, Box 20, Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood 

Elam Mr. Leon Dickens, Rt. 1, Box 259, Garysburg 27831 

Elm Grove Mr. Floyd Barmer, Rt. 2, Box 351, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mr. W. N. Taylor, Rt. 1, Box 58-A, Seaboard 27876 

Greens Cross Ms. Katie Thomas, Rt. 3, Box 408, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Mr. Anthony Holloway, Rt. 1, Box lOOD, Cofield 27922 

Hebron Mr. Marnch Futrell, Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove Mr. Eugene Simons, P.O. Box 232, Powellsville 27967 

Holly Springs Mr. Curtis Eure, Rt. 1, Box 12-R, Ahoskie 27910 

Hortons Mr. J. E. Phelps, P.O. Box 336, Aulander 27805 

Jackson Mr. William Spivey, P.O. Box 507, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Mr. Marion Vick, P.O. Box 128, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Mr. Wilson Askew, Lasker 27848 

Lawrence Mr. James White, Rt. 2, Box 571, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston Mr. Dayle J. Vaughan, P.O. Box 235, Lewiston 27849 

Margarettesville Mr. Jesse M. Vick, P.O. Box 42, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Mr. Glenn Davidson, Rt. 1, Box 385, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Mr. Vernon Joyner, Rt. ,1 Box 420, Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Mr. David Brinkley, Rt. 1, Woodland 27897 

Merry Hill Mr. Britt Smithwick, Rt. 2, Box 409, Windsor 27983 

Mt. Carmel Mrs. Judith Barnes, Rt. 1, Box 46, Seaboard 27876 

Mt. Tabor Mr. Ronnie Storey, Rt. 1, Box 387, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro . . . .Mr. Steve Davenport, 415 Franklin Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Mr. Jerry Burch, Rt. ,1 Box 298, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Leroy Morris, P.O. Box 344, Aulander 27805 

Potecasi Mr. Stanley Vaughan, P.O. Box 97, Potecasi 27867 

Powellsville Mr. William K. Askew, Rt. 1, Box 153, Ahoskie 27910 

Republican Mr. Edwin Parker, Wayland St., Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Mr. Arthur Lee Horton, P.O. Box 546, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Mr. Darrell Adams, Rt. 1, Box 231, Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel . . . Mrs. Janie Taylor, 423 Holly Hill Rd., Murfreesboro 27855 

Ross Mr. Paul Basham, Rt. 3, Box 367, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run Mr. M. E. Pruden, P.O. Box 218, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard Mr. W. C. Cox, P.O. Box 62, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Mrs. Dalton Edwards, P.O. Box 903, Severn 27877 

Siloam Mr. William Coburn, Rt. 1, Box 350 A, Windsor 27983 

St. Johns Mr. Julian Blowe, Rt. 1, Box 190, Aulander 27805 

Union Mr. David Edwards, Rt. 2, Box 58, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Mr. Paul Williams, Rt. 2, Box 386, Colerain 27924 

Winton Mr. Keith Piland, Rt. 1, Box 129, Cofield 27922 

Woodland Mr. J. H. Liverman, P.O. Box 439, Woodland 27897 

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Church Training Directors 

Askewviile Mrs. Martha L. White, Rl. 3, Box 269, Windsor 27983 

Bethel Mrs. Reba Mayle, Rt. 1, Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Cashie Mrs. James E. Harrell, 102 Byrd St., Windsor 27983 

Creech Memorial Benjamin HoUowell, P.O. Box 41, Ahoskie 27910 

Eiam Mrs. Melinda Harris, P.O. Box 32, Seaboard 27876 

Elm Grove Faron Mizelle, Rt. 2, Box 238-A, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mrs. Travis Taylor, Rt. 1, Box 197, Pendleton 27862 

Green s Cross Mrs. Raleigh Castellow, Rt. 2, Box 145, Windsor 27983 

Meherrin Clinton Evans, Rt. 1, Box 15, Murfreesboro 27855 

Mt. Tabor Mrs. Jeanette Stephenson, Rt. 3, Box 84A, Ahoskie 27910 

Siloam A. L. Leggett, Rt. 4, Box 888, Windsor 27983 

Union Mrs. Richard Draper, Rt. 3, Box 34A, Ahoskie 27910 

Winton Harry B. Ward, P.O. Box 434, Winton 27986 

Brotherhood Directors 

Ashlev's Grove Bobby Lassiter, Rt. 1, Box 192 E, Murfreesboro 27855 

Askewviile Mike Hoggard, Rt. 3, Box 257C, Windsor 27983 

Aiilander Thomas P. Hale, P.O. Box 535, Aulander 27805 

Bethanv Haywood White, Rt. 2, Box 208, Colerain 27924 

Bethel.' Fenton Mayle, Rt. 1, Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Brantlev^s Grove Ezra M. Vann, Rt. 3, Box 39, Ahoskie 27910 

Cashie." J. S. Powell, Jr., 1005 Powell Ave., Windor 27983 

Center Grove Johnny Overton, Rt. 1, Box 63, Ahoskie 27910 

Colerain Lemuel Ward, P.O. Box 113, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa Henry G. Spruill, P.O. Box 275, Aulander 27805 

Conway Smokey Piland, P.O. Box 512, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Marcus Johnson, 204 E. South St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Jesse R. Hall, Rt. 2, Box 409, Conway 27820 

Elam Z. L. Davenport, P.O. Box 85, Gum Berry 27838 

Elm Grove McCoy Mizelle, Rt. 2, Box 216, Colerain 27924 

Galatia J. R. Hasty, Rt. 1. Box 53C. Seaboard 27876 

Green s Cross Reginald Asbell Rt. 2, Box 188, Windsor 27983 

Holly Springs Curtis Eure, Rt. 1, Box 12R, Ahoskie 27910 

Lasker Jimmy Baugham, P.O. Box 123, Lasker 27848 

Lewiston, First J. B. Stewart, P. O. Box 83, Lewiston 27849 

Meherrin Robert James, 506 Meherrin Ln., Murfreesboro 27855 

Mt. Tabor F. E. Holloman, Rt. 1, Box 288, Murfreesboro 27855 

Pleasant Grove Lerov Morris, P. O. Box 344, Aulander 27805 

Powellsville (RA) Tim Jones, Rt. 3, Box 171 E, Ahoskie 27910 

Rich Square Ted Tyler, P.O. Box 646, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside James Matthews, Rt. 1, Box 213, Merry Hill 27957 

Robert^s Chapel Joe Ahorn, Rt. 1, Box 21, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Rav Kornegav, Rt. 3, Box 406-H, \^ indsor 27983 

Seaboard '. . Paul Flvthe, P.O. Box 396, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Dennis R. Woodard, P.O. Box 606, Severn 27877 

Siloam Arthur Leggett. Rt. 4. Box 888. \^ indsor 27983 



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St. John Eddie Newsome, Rt. 1, Box 118, Aulander 27805 

Union (RA) Jackie Brinkley, Rt. 2, Box 225 A, Ahoskie 27910 

Winton W. W. Felton, P.O. Box 66, Winton 27986 

Woodland Wayne Futrell, P.O. Box 420, Woodland 27897 

WMU Directors 

Ahoskie, First Mrs. Malcolm Copeland, 915 W. Stokes St., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Ms. Vera Futrell, Rt. 1, Box 206, Conway 27820 

Askewville 

Aulander Mrs. Cleo Tinkham, P.O. Box 171, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Mrs. Everett Miller, Rt. 2, Box 170, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Mrs. Reba Mayle, Rt. 1, Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem Mrs. Katherine R. Lassiter, P.O. Box 272, Powellsville 27967 

Brantly's Grove Mrs. Lloyd Dunlow, Rt. 3, Box 171B Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Mrs. R. G. Whitley, Rt. 1, Box 62, Como 27818 

Capeharts Mrs. Dennie McClenney, Rt. 1, Box 39, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Mrs. Virginia W. Hardison, 106 E. Pitt St., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Mrs. Levie Dilday, P.O. Box 115, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Mrs. Maggie P. Lowe, Rt. 1, Box 42, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Mrs. Linwood Mitchell, Rt. 1, Box 132, Harrellsville 27942 

Connaritsa Miss Lula Chamblee, Rt. 2, Box 113, Aulander 27805 

Conway Mrs. Kelly Vann, Rt. 2, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Ms. Nan Johnson, 204 E. South St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Mrs. Earl Lassiter, Rt. 2, Box 314, Conway 27820 

Earlys Mrs. L. P. Britton, 816 W. Church St., Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood 

Elam Mrs. C. B. Painter, Rt. 1, Box 269, Garysburg 27831 

Elm Grove Mrs. Nancy Mizelle, Rt. 2, Box 283, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mrs. Henry Britton, Rt. 1, Box 174, Pendleton 27862 

Green's Cross Mrs. Reginald Asbell, Rt. 2, Box 188, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Mrs. Joan Davidson, P.O. Box 325, Harrellsville 27922 

Hebron 

Holly Grove Mrs. Cecil Narron, Rt. 1, Box 244 A, Ahoskie 27910 

Holly Springs Ms. Evelyn Hull, P.O. Box X, Winton 27986 

Horton's 

Jackson Mrs. William Barrow, Rt. 1, Box 447, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Mrs. Julia Johnston, P.O. Box 27, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Ms. Peggy Miller, P.O. Box 146, Lasker 27848 

Lawrence Mrs. Linda Harden, Rt. 2, Box 553, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston, First Mrs. Evelyn Parker, P.O. Box 157, Lewiston-W'ville 27849 

Margarettsville Ms. Mildred Glover, Rt. ,1 Box 130, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Mrs. Betsy Wiggins, Rt. 1, Box 340, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Mrs. David Lane, Rt. 1, Box 130 D, Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Mrs. Nannie Byrum, Rt. 2, Ahoskie 27910 

Merry Hill Mrs. Virginia Barfield, P.O. Box, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Carmel 

Mt. Tabor Mrs. F. E. HoUoman, Rt. 1, Box 288, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro Ms. Ann Caulkins, 500 Lakeview Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 



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Oak Grove Mrs. Bertie Baggett, Rt. 4, Box 832, Windsor 27983 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Donald R. Jernigan, Rt. 1, Box 41, Woodland 27897 

Potecasi Mrs. Louise Cooke, Rt. 1, Box 88C, Woodland 27897 

Powellsville Mrs. Judy B. Jones, P.O. Box 26, PowellsviUe 27967 

Republican Mrs. Wilson Jernigan, Rt. 1, Box 137, Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Mrs. Lynda Johnson, P.O. Box 276, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Ms. Bonnie Simons, Rt. 1, Box 321, Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel Mrs. Lois Edwards, P.O. Box 55, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Mrs. Sue S. Todd, Rt. 3, Box 382, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run Mrs. Pauline Johnson, P.O. Box 67, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard Mrs. Calvin Maddrey, P.O. Box 272, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Mrs. Frank Ferguson, P.O. Box 151, Severn 27877 

Siloam Mrs. Elsie Mobley, 1810 W. Main St., WiUiamston 27892 

St. John's Mrs. Josephine Askew, Rt. 2, Box 106, Ahoskie 27910 

Union Mrs. Roger Miller, Rt. 2, Box 68C, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Mrs. Joe Polinskie, Rt. 3, Box 61-1, Windsor 27983 

Winton Mrs. Ronald Coburn, P.O. Box 482, Winton 27986 

Woodland Mrs. Nancy Timberlake, P.O. Box 280, Woodland 27897 

Chairmen of Deacons 

Ahoskie, First Mr. Julian Robertson, 517 Pembroke Ave., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Mr. Albert Vann, Rt. 1, Box 156, Conway 27820 

AskewviUe Mr. David Cobb, Rt. 3, Box 251-A, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Mr. Mack Penwell, 601 Broad St., Aulander 27805 

Bethany Mr. Everett Miller, Rt. 2, Box 170, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Mr. Fenton Mayle, Rt. 1, Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem Mr. John Moore, Rt. 4, Ahoskie 27910 

Brantley's Grove Mr. Randy Stroud, Rt. 2, Box 566, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Mr. Raleigh Askew, Rt. 1, Box 152 C, Como 27818 

Capeharts Mr. Dennis Brooks, Rt. 1, Box 55-A, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Mr. Robert E. Spivey, 306 Sutton Drive, Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Mr. David Brinkley, Jr., Rt. 1, Box 92-X, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Mr. Billy Holloman, Rt. 1, Box 32, HarrellsviUe 27942 

Colerain 

Connaritsa Mr. Henry G. Spruill, P.O. box 275, Aulander 27805 

Conway Mr. James Martin, P.O. Box 35, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Mr. Emmett Casper, Rt. 1, Box 84-D, Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Mr. Bobby Lassiter, Rt. 2, Box 371, Conway 27820 

Earlys Mr. L. W. Myers, 512 S. Curtis St., Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood No report 

Elam Mr. Leon Dickens, Rt. 1, Box 259, Garysburg 27331 

Elm Grove Mr. Ronnie Thompson, Rt. 2, Box 320, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mr. Floyd Taylor, Rt. 1, Box 107, Seaboard 27876 

Green's Cross Mr. George Harden, Rt. 2, Box 242, Windsor 27983 

HarrellsviUe Mr. Richard Liverman, Rt. 1, Box lOOA, Cofield 27922 

Hebron Mr. Marnch Futrell, Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove Mr. Carol Francis, Rt. 1, Box 310-B, Aulander 27805 

Holly Springs Mr. Jerry Blow, Rt. 1, Winton 27986 



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Mr. J. E. Phelps, P.O. Box 336, Aulander 27805 

Dr. T. Ed Evans, P.O. Box 684, Jackson 27845 

Mrs. Julia Cahoon, P.O. Box 64, Kelford 27847 

Mr. Glaston Martin, P.O. Box 117, Lasker 27848 

Mr. W. G. Sallenger, Rt. 2, Box 524, Windsor 27983 

Mr. J. B. Stewart, P.O. Box 83, Lewiston-Woodville 22849 

Mr. Jesse Vick, P.O. Box 42, Margarettsville 27853 

Mr. Darrell Lee, 411 Rhue St., Ahoskie 27910 

Mr. Cecil Liverman, 315 W. High St., Murfreesboro 27853 
Mr. William Burkett, P.O. Box 153, Woodland 27897 
. . .Mr. L. T. Jackson, Rt. 2, Box 424i/2, Windsor 27983 
Mr. Rupert Hasty, 403 N. Jefferson St., Jackson 27845 
Mr. J. Lewis Storey, Rt. 1, Box 388, Murfreesboro 27855 
Mr. Bob Hill, Sr., 620 Lakeview Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Mr. D. R. Miller, Rt. 1, Box 286, Aulander 27805 

Mr. Jerry Baker, Rt. 1, Box 47A, Kelford 27847 

.... Mr. William Askew, Rt. 1, Box 153, Ahoskie 27910 
. . Mr. Wilson Jernigan, Rt. 1, Box 137, Windsor 27983 

Mr. Billy Ivey, P.O. Box 226, Rich Square 27869 

Mr. Woody Copeland, Rt. 1, Box 115, Merry Hill 27957 

Mr. Joe A. Home, Rt. 1, Box 91, Pendleton 27862 

Mr. Paul Basham, Rt. 3, Box 367, Windsor 27983 

Mr. Robert F. Davis, P.O. Box 7, Roxobel 27872 

Mr. J. W. Joyner, P.O. Box 94, Seaboard 27876 

... Mr. Frank L. Ferguson, P.O. Box 151, Severn 27877 

Mr. A. L. Leggett, Rt. 4, Box 888, Windsor 27983 

. . Mr. Eddie Newsome, Rt. 1, Box 118, Aulander 27805 
... Mr. William Charles, Rt. 2, Box 48C, Ahoskie 27910 

Mr. Bobby Belch, Rt. 2, Box 65, Colerain 27924 

. . Mr. R. A. Newsome, Jr., P.O. Box 190, Cofield 27986 
... Mr. J. H. Liverman, P.O. Box 439, Woodland 27897 

Church Clerks 

.... Mrs. C. D. Wiggins, 318 Ruth Ave., Ahoskie 27910 

Ms. Faye L. Vinson, Rt. 1, Box 127, Conway 27820 

... Mr. Dancy G. White, Rt. 3, Box 192, Windsor 27983 

Mr. T. H. Griffith, P.O. Box 81, Aulander 27805 

Mrs. Carolyn W. Lawrence, Rt. 2, Box 194, Colerain 27924 
Mr. Fenton Mayle, Rte. 1, Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Mr. W. D. Wiggins, Rt. 1, Box 40, Cofield 27922 

. Mrs. Charlie Godwin, Rt. 3, Box 12A, Ahoskie 27910 
r. William Lawrence, 214 Liberty St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Mrs. Deborah Daniel, Rt. 3, Box 366, Windsor 27983 

Miss Janie L. Hughes, 401 Cale St., Windsor 27983 

Mr. Otis Payne, 421 S. Rhue St., Ahoskie 27910 

Mrs. Jean White, Rt. 1, Box 23X, Harrellsville 27942 

Mrs. Jim Edwards, P.O. Box 94, Colerain 27924 



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Connarilsa Mrs. Hazel Francis, Rt. 2, Box 114, Aulander 27805 

Conway Mrs. Lee J. Duncan, P.O. Box 204, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Ms. Kaye W. Lowe, 925 West St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksviile Mrs. Michael Lassiter, Rt. 2, Box 348, Conway 27820 

Earlys Mrs. R. E. Brinkley, Rt. 1, Box 20, Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood No Report 

Eiam Mr. Thad Harris, P.O. Box 32, Seaboard 27876 

Elm Grove Mr. Floyd Barmer, Rt. 2, Box 351, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mrs. Henry Britton, Rt. 1, Box 174, Pendleton 27862 

Green's Cross Mrs. George Harden, Rt. 2, Box 242, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Mr. R. C. Mason, Jr., P.O. Box 6, Harrellsville 27942 

Hebron Mrs. Simone Miles, P.O. Box 91, Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove Ms. Willie Bazemore, Rt. 1, Box 248, Ahoskie 27910 

Holly Springs Ms. Sandra Hollowell, Rt. 1, Box 115, Cofield 27922 

Horton s Mrs. Charlie S. Powell, Rt. 2, Box 45, Aulander 27805 

Jackson Mrs. T. A. Stephenson, P.O. Box 115, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Mrs. Beatrice Copeland, P.O. Box 21, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Ms. Nancy Hawks, P.O. Box 201, Lasker 27848 

Lawrence Mr. Mike Edwards, Rt. 2, Box 454E, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston, First . . .Mrs. Charles Vaughan, P.O. Box 235, Lewiston-W ViUe 27849 

Margarettsville Ms. Shirley Vaughan, P.O. Box 96, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Mrs. Peggy Jones, Rt. 1, Box 105, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Mrs. Myra D. Northcott, Rt. 2, Box 133, Ahoskie 27910 

Menola Mrs. Kate Barber, Rt. 1, Box 246, Woodland 27897 

Merry Hill Mrs. Dorothy Jackson, Rt. 2, box 4241/2, Windsor 27983 

Mt. Carmel Mrs. Nancy Stephenson, Rt. 1, Box 20-E, Seaboard 27876 

Mt. Tabor Mr. C. M. King, Rt. 1, Box 368A, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro Mrs. Pat Edwards, 109 Forest Circle, P.O. Box 124 

Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Mrs. Jane Barmer, P.O. Box 424, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Margaret Dunning, Rt. 1, Box 43, Woodland 27897 

Potecasi Mr. J. T. Babb, Rt. 1, Box 89, Woodland 27897 

PowellsviUe Mrs. Omar D. Askew, Rt. 1, Box 153, Ahoskie 27910 

Republican . . . Mrs. Reddick White, Jr., 301 Sterlingworth St., Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Mrs. Joe Vick, P.O. Box 173, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Mr. Walter Dunlow, Rt. 1, Box 217, Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel Mr. Steve Mann, P.O. Box 28, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Mrs. Elizabeth Bunch, Rt. 3, Box 336, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run Mrs. Catherine Walston, P.O. Box 38, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard Mrs. Tommy Flvthe, Rt. 1, Box 194, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Mrs. Marion Tvler,'Rt. 1, Box 30, Margarettsville 27853 

Siloam Mr. Clvde Anders, 1553 S. King St., Windsor 27983 

St. John Mrs. Ellen Harrell, Rt. 1, Box 175, Aulander 27805 

Union Mrs. Jackie Brinkley, Rt. 2, Box 225A, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Mr. Flovd Perrv, Rt. 2, Box 396, Colerain 27924 

Winton Ms. Gloria J. Thum, P.O. Box 462, Winton 27986 

Woodland Mrs. Valentine C. White, P.O. Box 107, Woodland 27897 



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Treasurer 



Ahoskie, First Miss Ann Hill, Rl. 2, Box 22, Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Ms. Sarah Askew, Rt. 2, Box 67, Murfreesboro 27855 

Askewville Mrs. Bennie White, Rt. 3, Box 289D, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Mr. Robert J. Jenkins, P.O. Box 271, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Mr. Everett Miller, Rt. 2, Box 170, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Mr. Philip Daniel, Rt. 1, Box 81, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem Ms. Clarine Bazemore, Rt. 1, Cofield 27922 

Brantly's Grove Miss Viola Dilday, Rt. 2, Box 257, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Mrs. Oscar Spruill, Rt. 1, Box 61A, Como 27818 

Capeharts Mrs. Lois Hughes, 142 Morris CI., Edenton 27932 

Cashie Miss Katherine Gillam, 912 N. King St., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Mr. David Brinkley, Jr., Rt. 1, Box 92X, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Mr. R. W. Baker, P.O. Box 27, HarrellsviUe 27942 

Colerain Mrs. Eloise Perry, P.O. Box 5, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa Mr. C. E. Baker, P.O. Box 57, Aulander 27805 

Conway Mrs. Lee J. Duncan, P.O. Box 204, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Mr. Douglass Lowe, 925 W. St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Mrs. Grady Bridgers, Rt. 1, Box 168, Jackson 27845 

Earlys Mr. R. E. Brinkley, Rt. 1, Box 20, Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood 

Elam Mr. William Stephenson, P.O. Box 12, Seaboard 27876 

Elm Grove Mrs. Louise Jernigan, Rt. 2, Box 336, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mr. Billy Britton, Rt. 1, Box 173, Pendleton 27862 

Green s Cross Mrs. Margaret Mizelle, 1004 Taylor St., Windsor 27983 

HarrellsviUe Mr. J. W. Mason, Rt. 1, Box 10, HarrellsviUe 27942 

Hebron Mrs. Walter Miles, P.O. Box 251, Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove Mrs. Eugene Simons, Box 232, Powellsville 27967 

Holly Springs Ms. Betty Lou Eure, Rt. 1, Box 12R, Ahoskie 27910 

Horton's Mrs. Dennis Bazemore, 804 S. King, Windsor 27983 

Jackson Mrs. J. R. Duke, P.O. Box 185, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Mrs. Hilda Davidson, Rt. 1, Box 54, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Mr. Talmage Barnes, Star Rt. 1, Rich Square 27869 

Lawrence Mr. Vernon Cobb, Rt. 4, Box 491, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston, First Mr. Ben P. Weaver, P.O. Box 535, Lewiston 27849 

Margarettsville Ms. Lenora Vaughan, Rt. 1, Box 134, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Mrs. Margaret Davidson, Rt. 1, Box 343, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Mr. Ray Dixon, Rt. 1, Box 361-B, Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Ms. Sally Ann Barber, Rt. 2, Box 22, Ahoskie 27910 

Merry Hill Mr. Roy Pierce, Rt. 2, Windsor 27983 

Mt. Carmel Mrs. Evelyn Stephenson, Rt. 1, Jackson 27845 

Mt. Tabor Mr. F. E. HoUoman, Rt. 1, Box 288, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro Ms. Myrna Allen, 633 W'land Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Ms. Jane Barmer, P.O. Box 424, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Jim Liverman, Rt. 1, Box 2, Aulander 27805 

Potecasi Mrs. Elsie Jenkins, Rt. 2, Box 347, Conway 27820 

Powellsville Mrs. Donna Taylor, Rt. 1, Box 5-X, Ahoskie 27910 

Republican Mr. Reddick White Jr., Windsor 27983 



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Rich Square Mrs. Sara Ivey, P.O. Box 226, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Mrs. Sue Baker, Rt. 1, Box 147A, Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel Mr. Keith Edwards, P.O. Box 48, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Mr. Basil Hoggard, Rt. 3, Box 313- A, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run Mrs. Bessie P. Vick, P.O. Box 214, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard Mrs. Henry Ricks, P.O. Box 281, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Mr. Garland Barnes, P.O. Box 35, Severn 27877 

Siloam Mr. Joe Leggett, Rt. 4, Box 755, Windsor 27983 

St. John's Mrs. Ronald Edwards, Rt. 1, Box 116, Aulander 27805 

Union Mrs. C. J. Liverman, Rt. 1, Box 249, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Mrs. Agnes Belch, Rt. 2, Box 65, Colerain 27924 

Winton Ms. Gloria J. Thum, P.O. Box 462, Winton 27986 

Woodland Mr. John G. Outland, P.O. Box 445, Woodland 27987 

Music Directors 

Ahoskie, First William Don Gober, P.O. Box 649, Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Ms. Trudy Gibson, Rt. 2, Murfreesboro 27855 

Askewville Mrs. Amy Hoggard, Rt. 3, Box 225 C, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Ms. Sylvia Vaughan, Rt. 1, Box 234 D, Murfreesboro 27855 

Bethany Wayne Lee, Rt. 2, Box 167, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Mrs. Linda Meadows, Rt. 1, Box 75-E, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Brantley's Grove Glenn Brickhouse, Rt. 3, Box 190 B, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Mrs. W. G. Lawrence, 214 Liberty St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Capeharts Ms. Ruth Evans, Rt. 1, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Mrs. Joseph W. Spruill, Rt. 1, Box 542, Aulander 27805 

Center Grove 

Christian Harbor Mrs. E. G. Blythe, Rt. 1, Box 30, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Mrs. Don Craft, 516 N. Pembroke Ave., Ahoskie 27910 

Connaritsa 

Conway Mrs. Bobby Cox, P.O. Box 248, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Billy Woodard, Rt. 1, Box 8-X, Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Bahnson Bryant, P.O. Box 202, Jackson 27845 

Earlys Mrs. L. W. Myers, 512 S. Curtis St., Ahoskie 27910 

Elam Leon Dickens, Rt. 1, Box 259, Garysburg 27831 

Elm Grove Aubrey Mizelle, Rt. 2, Box 282, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mrs. John Glover, Rt. 1, Box 161, Seaboard 27876 

Green's Cross Mrs. Wanda Lawrence, 314 Belmont St., Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Mrs. Frances Liverman, Rt. 1, Box 100 A, Cofield 27922 

Holly Grove Thomas E. Ruffin, Rt. 1, Box 280, Ahoskie 27910 

Jackson Mrs. Joe D. McLean, P.O. Box 445, Jackson 27845 

Lasker Ms. Wanda Britton, Rt. 1, Box 151 F, Woodland 27897 

Lawrence Mrs. Jane Cobb, Rt. 4, Box 491, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston, First . . Mr. Robert E. Williford, P.O. Box 100, Lewiston-W'ville 27849 

Margarettsville Ms. Mildred Glover, Rt. 1, Box 130, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Mrs. Peggy Jones, Rt. 1, Box 105, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Robert Mulder, P.O. Box 483, Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Mrs. Edna Burkett, P.O. Box 153, Woodland 27897 

Merry Hill Bert C. Willis, Jr., P.O. Box 145, Merry Hill 27957 



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Mt. Carmel Mrs. Beatrice Worrell, P.O. Box 336, Seaboard 27867 

Mt. Tabor Mrs. Sue Godwin, Rt. 3, Box 71, Ahoskie 27910 

Murfreesboro .... James Chamblee, 112 Spring Lake Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Aneick Burch, Rt. 1, Box 298, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Ricky Perry, Rt. 1, Box 272 A, Woodland 27897 

Powellsville Mrs. Julia Godwin, Rt. 1, Box 199-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Potecasi Ms. Peggy Vaughan, P.O. Box 97, Potecasi 27867 

Republican Mrs. Grady Leary, Rt. 1, Box 138, Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Eric Jackson, P.O. Box 754, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Mrs. Verlie Farless, Rt. 2, Box 62, Colerain 27924 

Robert's Chapel Mrs. Joan Home, Rt. 1, Box 91, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Joseph R. Hoggard, Rt. 3, Box 338, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run Bennie J. Reynolds, P.O. Box 174, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard John Spencer, P.O. Box 357, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Luther V. High, P.O. Box 502, Severn 27877 

Siloam Thomas Speller, 306 Oak St., Williamston 27892 

St. John Mrs. Josephine Askew, Rt. 2, Box 106, Ahoskie 27910 

Union Mrs. Michael Johnson, Rt. 2, Box 54, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon John H. Perry, Rt. 2, Box 392, Colerain 27924 

Winton Mrs. Fred Downs, P.O. Box 127, Winton 27986 

Woodland Mrs. Dianne M. Clark, P.O. Box 112, Woodland 27897 

Organist or Pianist 

Ahoskie, First Organist - Billy Raynor 

Pianist - Regina R. Gober 

Ashley's Grove Organist - Vera Futrell 

Pianist - Janice Parker 

Askewville Organist - Mary Lou Jernigan 

Pianist - Kay Brantley 

Bethany Organist - Miss Angie Phelps 

Pianist - Mrs. Rodney Lee 

Bethel Organist - Mrs. Linda Meadows 

Pianist - Same 

Bethlehem Pianist - John R. Moore 

Brantley's Grove Organist - Mrs. James C. Ward 

Pianist - Mrs. Linwood Brinkley 

Buckhorn Organist - Mrs. Howard K. Taylor 

Pianist - Same 

Capeharts Organist - Mrs. Sue Doris White 

Pianist - Mrs. Lovey White 

Cashie Organist - Mrs. Tom Brooks 

Pianist - Miss Laura Harrell 

Center Grove Organist - Mrs. A. S. Godwin 

Christian Harbor Pianist - Mrs. T. L. Griffin 

Colerain Organist - Mrs. Don Craft 

Connaritsa Organist - Mrs. C. E. Baker 

Pianist - Mrs. Carolyn Fornes 



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Conway Organist - Mrs. Bobby Taylor 

Pianist - Mrs. James Hester 

Creech Memorial Organist - Mrs. Marcus Johnson 

Pianist - Mrs. Billy Woodard 

Creeksville Pianist - Mrs. Judy Strickland 

Earlys Organist - Mrs. Billy Jernigan 

Pianist - Mrs. Barbara Greene 

Elam Organist - Joey Davis 

Pianist - Mrs. Brenda Dickens 

Elm Grove Organist - Mrs. Connie Mizelle 

Pianist - Mrs. Rita Dawson 

Galatia Organist - Elliott Davis 

Pianist - Mrs. John Glover 

Greens Cross Organist - Mrs. Mac Williams 

Pianist - Mrs. Wanda Lawrence 

Harrellsville Organist - Mrs. Mauvice Sullivan 

Pianist - Mrs. Jimmy Cotton 

Holly Grove Organist - Mrs. Tomas E. Ruffin 

Pianist - Miss Donna Simons 

Holly Springs Pianist - Mrs. Kathy Blowe 

Horton's Organist - Mrs. J. E. Phelps 

Pianist - Mrs. Dennis Bazemore 

Jackson Organist - Mrs. Joe McLean 

Kelford Organist - Mrs. Effie Vick 

Pianist - Miss Tracy Vaughan 

Lasker Organist - Mrs. Annie Mae Wood 

Pianist - Same 

Lawrence Pianist - Mrs. Pam Whitaker 

Lewiston, First Organist - Mrs. Ruth P. Williford 

Pianist - Diane Harrington 

Margarettesville Pianist - Mrs. R. O. Glover 

Mars Hill Organist - Mrs. Carrie D. Brown 

Pianist - Mrs. Ruth Davidson 

Meherrin Organist - Mrs. Henry Miller 

Pianist - Mrs. Jerry Colson 

Menola Organist - Miss Evelyn Jones 

Merry Hill Organist - Mrs. Carolyn Smithwick 

Pianist - Mrs. Virginia Barfield 

Mt. Carmel Pianist - Mrs. Beatrice Worrell 

Mt. Tabor Organist - Mrs. T. S. Benthall 

Pianist - Mrs. Sue Godwin 

Murfreesboro Organist - Mrs. Libby Tilson 

Oak Grove Pianist - Mrs. Jerry Burch 

Pleasant Grove Pianist - Mrs. Ricky Perry 

Potecasi Organist - Mrs. Julie Best 

Pianist - Same 

Powellsville Organist - Mrs. Julia Godwin 

Pianist - Mrs. Melody Futrell 
Republican Pianist - Mrs. Rebecca Lilley 



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Riverside Organist - Lynette Finch 

Pianist - Same 

Robert's Chapel Organist - Mrs. Sandra Woodard 

Pianist - Mrs. Phyllis Mann 

Ross Organist - Mrs. Linda Harrell 

Pianist - Mrs. Betsy Kornegay 

Sandy Run Organist - Bennie J. Reynolds 

Pianist - Mrs. Willie Lou Bishop 

Seaboard Organist - Miss Elizabeth Harris 

Pianist - Mrs. John Spencer 

Severn Organist - Pam Woodard 

Pianist - Mrs. R. P. Watson 

Siloam Pianist - Mrs. Wanda Speller 

St. Johns Organist - Mrs. Josephine Askew 

Pianist - Mrs. Myrtie Britton 

Union Organist - Mrs. Lawrence Sumner 

Pianist - Mrs. Michael Johnson 

Wakelon Pianist - Mrs. Rhonda Barber 

Winton Organist - Mrs. R. A. Newsome, Jr. 

Pianist - Miss Beth Ward 

Woodland Organist - Mrs. Diane M. Clark 

Media Center Directors 

Ahoskie, First Mrs. Louise Garrett, 421 First St., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Mrs. Vera Futrell, Rt. 1, Box 206, Conway 27820 

AskewviUe Mrs. Jenny Terry, Rt. 3, Box 2511/2 Windsor 27983 

Cashie Mrs. Warren Cobb, Rt. 4, Box 494, Windsor 27983 

Christian Harbor . . .Mrs. Nellie J. Holloman, Rt. 1, Box 92, Harrellsville 27942 

Conway Mrs. Lee J. Duncan, P.O. Box 204, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Susanne Terry, Rt. 1, Box 167, Ahoskie 27910 

Elm Grove Mrs. Louise Jernigan, Rt. 2, Box 336, Colerain 27924 

Green's Cross Mrs. Nova Leicester, Rt. 2, Box 150, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Mrs. R. C. Mason, P.O. Box 6, Harrellsville 27942 

Lasker Mrs. Talmadge Barnes, Star Rt. 1, Rich Square 27869 

Meherrin Mrs. Clyde Davis, Rt. 1, Box 100, Pendleton 27862 

Merry Hill Mrs. Beth White, P.O. Box 146, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Tabor Mrs. Vivian Futrell, Rt. 1, Box 382, Murfreesboro 27855 

Robert's Chapel Mrs. Mary Lou Woodard, P.O. Box 54, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Mrs. Ruth Basham, Rt. 3, Box 367, Windsor 27983 

Severn Mrs. Ralph Britt, P.O. Box 173, Severn 27877 

Woodland Mrs. Hannah Vaughan, P.O. Box 367, Woodland 27897 



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Constitution 



NAME 

Article 1. This body shall be known as the West Chowan Baptist Association of 
North Carolina. 

MEMBERSHIP 

Article 2. It shall be composed of messengers elected by the churches connected with 
this body and all ordained ministers who are pastors of said churches, together with the 
officers of this Association, and chairmen of all standing committees. Each church of 
100 members and under shall be entitled to two messengers, and for each additional 100 
members, an additional messenger, provided that no church shall have more than 10 
messengers. 

PURPOSE 

Article 3. The purpose of this Association shall be to inspire, encourage, and enlist its 
membership in a spirit of brotherly love and cooperation, for the promotion of the en- 
tire program of our denomination; to the end that the gospel of our Lord and Saviour 
Jesus Christ might be proclaimed with greater power and effectiveness in our Associa- 
tion, our State and Nation, and unto the uttermost part of the world. 

POWERS AND PREROGATIVES 

Article 4. The Association shall have no powers to infringe upon the sovereignty or 
rights of the churches. It is neither an ecclesiastical nor legislative council, nor a court of 
appeal. It may advise the churches and recommend measures of usefulness for their 
adoption, but cannot bind them in any way. There shall be full recognition of the auton- 
omy of the local church and there shall be full recognition of the autonomy of the Asso- 
ciation. However, in view of the combined wisdom, piety and intelligence of the Associ- 
ation, it justly claims the very highest consideration and regard for itself, its objects and 
its recommendations. 

Article 5. Any Baptist church in good standing approving the design, objects and 
principles of this Association, and holding the same doctrine and ordinances, may be 
admitted into fellowship upon two-thirds vote of the messengers. All applications shall 
be referred to the Membership Committee for study. Churches desiring membership 
should give notice by making application one year in advance. 

Article 6. The Association may dissolve its relation with any church that consistently 
refuses to support the design, objects and principles of the West Chowan Baptist Associ- 
ation. Any irregularities which are reported shall be referred to the Membership Com- 
mittee who will report their finds to the Fall Associational meeting. The relationship 
may be dissolved by a two-thirds vote of the messengers one year after irregularities have 
been brought to the attention of the Association. 

RIGHTS AND DUTIES 

Article 7. Every church will be requested to contribute a percentage of its gifts, or so 
much per resident member for defraying the expenses of the Association and for direc- 
tion of the promotional education and missionary work of the Association. This per- 
centage or amount shall be sent to the Associational Treasurer monthly by each church 
treasurer. 



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Article 8. Every church will send to every annual session of the Association a letter on 
the form adopted by the Association with such additional information as it may deem 
fitting. 

Article 9. Any church wishing to dissolve its relationship with the Association in 
order to transfer to another association may do so with a majority vote at any regular 
Associational meeting. 

ORGANIZATION 

Article 10. The officers of this Association shall be a Moderator, a Vice-Moderator, a 
Clerk, a Treasurer, and Parliamentarian, a Director of Sunday School, a Director of 
Church Training, a Director of Brotherhood, a Director of Woman's Missionary 
Union, a Director of Music, a Director of Missions Development, a Director of Stew- 
ardship Development, and a Director of Evangelism. They shall be elected at the Spring 
Session. The term of all officers shall commence at the conclusion of the Fall Session 
and continue until their successors are elected in the Spring Session and are ready to take 
office at the conclusion of the Fall Session. 

DUTIES 

Article 11. It shall be the duty of the Moderator to open meetings punctually at the 
appointed time; to enforce the rules; to enforce order and to exercise all prerogatives of 
a presiding officer according to Robert's Rules of Order. 

Article 12. It shall be the duty of the Vice-Moderator to perform the duties of the 
Moderator in his absence. 

Article 13. It shall be the duty of the Clerk to attend and keep a full record of the 
meetings of the Association and to compile, edit and distribute to the churches the min- 
utes and data from the church letters in an annual report. He may appoint an assistant 
when necessary. He shall be paid such honorarium and expenses as the Association 
directs. 

Article 14. It shall be the duty of the Treasurer to receive, safeguard and distribute all 
funds of the Association. Disbursements of funds shall be in accordance with the budget 
adopted by the Association. He shall make quarterly reports to the Executive Promo- 
tion Committee and annual reports to the Fall session. He may be paid honorariums 
and expenses as the Association may direct. Non-budget items shall be approved by the 
Stewardship Development Committee. Treasurer shall be under bond. 

Article 15. The Parliamentarian shall assist the presiding officer in conducting the 
business of the Association according to Robert's Rules of Order. 

Article 16. The Director of Sunday School shall promote and supervise the Sunday 
School Program in the Association in cooperation with the Executive Promotion Com- 
mittee and the Director of Missions. 

Article 17. The Director of Church Training Program shall promote and supervise 
the Church Training Program of the Association in cooperation with the Executive Pro- 
motion Committee and the Director of Missions. 

Article 18. The Director of Brotherhood shall direct and supervise the program of 
Baptist men and boys in the Association in cooperation with the Executive Promotion 
Committee and the Director of Missions. 



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Article 19. The Director of Woman's Missionary Union shall direct and supervise the 
program for the women and girls in cooperation with the Executive Promotion Com- 
mittee and the Director of Missions. 

Article 20. The Director of Music shall promote and supervise the program of music 
in the Association in cooperation with the Executive Promotion Committee and the 
Director of Missions. 

THE EXECUTIVE PROMOTION COMMITTEE 

Article 21. The Executive Promotion Committee of the Association shall be com- 
posed of the following: Moderator, Vice-Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Parliamentari- 
an, Director of Woman's Missionary Union, Director of Missions, Director of Sunday 
School, Director of Church Training Program, Director of Brotherhood, Director of 
Music, Director of Stewardship Development, Director of Missions Development, 
Director of Evangelism, the pastor of each church in the Association, provided the 
pastor is a member of the church he represents, and one lay member elected from each 
church. 

It shall be the duty of the Executive Promotion Committee to transact whatever 
business may require attention of the Association between sessions which actions shall 
be binding on the Association. The Executive Promotion Committee of the Association 
shall function with those duly elected members present and voting. No percentage 
quorum is required for these meetings. The Executive Promotion Committee should 
meet quarterly, and submit a full report of its work to the Association together with rec- 
ommendations for the promotion and extension of the work, including the Associa- 
tional budget. 

The Associational Council of the Executive Promotion Committee will be composed 
of the officers of the Association and one representative elected by the Executive Pro- 
motion Committee from each county in the Association. This council will work in close 
harmony with the Director of Missions in plans and programs. The Associational Coun- 
cil of the Executive Promotion Committee shall function with those duly elected officers 
present and voting at any announced meeting. No percentage quorum is required for 
these meetings. 

In the event that any office, constituted by any article herein, becomes vacant during 
the Associational year, said office may be filled for the interim by appointment of the 
Associational Council. 

Article 22. The Director of Missions, whom the Association may employ, shall be 
under the direction of the Associational Council of the Executive Promotion Commit- 
tee. He shall promote and coordinate the work of the Association through the organiza- 
tions and programs; and carry out the missionary and extension plans of the Associa- 
tional Council. He shall be an ex officio member of all committees in an advisory and 
promotional capacity. 

AMENDMENTS 

Article 23. This Constitution may be altered at the Fall session of the body by a two- 
thirds vote of the messengers present and voting. However, a sixty-day notice of the pro- 
posed change shall be sent to the Chairman of the Associational Council of the Ex- 
ecutive Promotion Committee, and such proposed amendment shall be read on two 
consecutive days before the action on the same. 



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COMMITTEES AND THEIR DUTIES 

Article 24. The committees of the Association shall be divided into two categories. 
Section A. Committees to be appointed by the Moderator in advance of the Fall 
meeting. 

1 . A Committee on Enrollment consisting of six. This committee shall recognize and 
register all messengers and others attending the Association and report to the Associa- 
tion when called upon. 

2. A Committee on Committees consisting of two members from each of the coun- 
ties comprising the Association. This committee shall nominate for election by the Asso- 
ciation all standing committees and such other committees as may be assigned to it. This 
committee should make its primary report during the first session of the Fall meeting. 
This committee shall designate the chairman of each committee. 

Section B. Standing Committees which will serve through the year and which shall 
report at each session or as the need arises. 

1 . A Committee on Place and Preacher consisting of three, the duty of which shall 
be to recommend to the Association where the next Spring and Fall sessions shall meet 
and the preacher to deliver the annual sermon and his alternate. 

2. A Committee on Resolutions consisting of three, the duty of which shall be to 
draw up and present to the Association suitable resolutions of appreciation and expres- 
sions of sentiments on any matter chosen by the committee or referred to the committee 
by the Moderator of the Association. 

3. A Committee on Order of Business consisting of five. The Vice-Moderator shall 
be the chairman of this committee. It shall be the duty of this committee to present a 
printed report at both Spring and Fall meetings suggesting the order of business. This 
report should be acted upon as soon as feasible after the opening of the Association. 
When adopted, its report shall become the order of the Association and cannot be 
changed except by majority vote of the body. 

4. A Committee on Nominations consisting of three members from each of the 
counties composing the Association. This committee at the Spring meeting shall 
nominate representatives of the various institutions, the officers of the Association, and 
other officers that may be necessary to execute the program of the Association. 
Nominations by this committee shall not preclude nominations from the floor. No of- 
ficer of the Association shall hold more than one office at a time. The Nominating 
Committee should constantly seek the counsel of existing Associational Officer when 
preparing their report. No name shall be submitted to the Association for election until 
that individual has agreed to serve if elected. 

5. A Trustees Committee consisting of three, the duty of which shall be to hold in 
trust any property, endowment, or other securities of the Association. 

6. A Committee on Ordination consisting of three. It shall be the duty of this com- 
mittee to make itself available to any church who has a candidate for the Gospel Minis- 
try. 

7. A Committee on History consisting of five members, one member elected each 
year for five years. This committee shall be responsible for compiling and maintaining a 
history of the Association. 

8. A Committee on Memorials consisting of three members elected each year, one 
from each county. This committee shall be responsible for suitably memorializing de- 
ceased members of the churches of the Association and other events as may be 
necessary. 



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9. A Committee on Membership consisting of five members, one member elected 
each year for five years. It shall be the duty of this committee to consult with churches in 
areas of Church-Association relationships and report the desire of the church as regards 
status in becoming member churches or in desire to withdraw fellowship. A committee 
from the church and this committee of the Association on membership shall work in all 
matters for harmony and good will among the churches. This committee functions at 
the request of the Associational Council of the Executive Promotion Committee and/or 
the Association meeting in the Fall. 

10. A Committee on the Constitutions consisting of three members being elected each 
year. This committee shall keep the constitution up to date and recommend revisions in 
accordance with the provisions of the constitution. 

11. A Committee on Libraries consisting of four members elected each year. This 
committee shall be responsible for the development of the Associational Library organi- 
zation and will assist the churches in their library work when requested. 

12. A Committee on Seminary Extension consisting of three members, one member 
elected each year for three years. This committee shall plan the courses of study and 
make all arrangements for a balanced program of study. 

13. A Stewardship Development Committee consisting of a Director and nine 
members, three from each of the counties comprising the Association. 

This Committee shall prepare the Associational Budget, promote the cooperative pro- 
gram, designated offerings, promote stewardship development programs. It shall be the 
duty of this committee to audit the Treasurer's records and report to the Association. 

14. A Missions Development Committee consisting of a Director, a representative 
from W.M.U., Brotherhood and Sunday School. This committee shall challenge the 
churches to be on mission in discovering areas of unmet needs, to help churches to 
develop mission development committees to meet these needs, to help coordinate a joint 
effort between Sunday School, W.M.U., and Brotherhood in outreach ministries with 
particular emphasis on new work starts. It shall be the responsibility of the committee to 
recommend to the Associational Council mission priorities and plans. 

15. A Committee on Evangelism consisting of a Director and two members from each 
of the counties composing the Association. This committee shall promote evangelism, 
plan and promote any special evangelistic rallies, such as a simultaneous revivals, or 
other evangelistic activities or meetings. 

Article 25. Any regulation prior to this constitution which conflicts herewith is here- 
by repealed. 

Article 26. Baptist Faith and Message Statement. 

I. THE SCRIPTURES 

The Holy Bible was written by men divinely inspired and is the record of God*s reve- 
lation of Himself to man. It is a perfect treasure of divine instruction. It has God for its 
author, salvation for its end, and truth, without any mixture or error, for its matter. It 
reveals the principles by which God judges us; and therefore is, and will remain to the 
end of the world, the true center of Christian union, and the supreme standard by which 
all human conduct, creeds, and religious opinions should be tried. The criterion by 
which the Bible is to be interpreted is Jesus Christ. 



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II. GOD 



There is one and only one living and true God. He is an intelligent, spiritual, and per- 
sonal Being, the Creator, Redeemer, Preserver, and Ruler of the universe. God is in- 
finite in holiness and all other perfections. To Him we owe the highest love, reverence, 
and obedience. The eternal God reveals Himself to us as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, 
with distinct personal attributes, but without division of nature, essence, or being. 

A. God the Father 

God as Father reigns with providential care over His universe. His creatures, and the 
flow of the stream of human history according to the purposes of His grace. He is cdl 
powerful, all loving, and all wise. God is Father in truth to those who become children 
of God through faith in Jesus Christ. He is fatherly in His attitude toward all men. 

B. God the Son 

Christ is the eternal Son of God. In His incarnation as Jesus Christ, he was conceived 
of the Holy Spirit and born of the virgin Mary. Jesus perfectly revealed and did the will 
of God, taking upon Himself the demands and necessities of human nature and identi- 
fying Himself completely with mankind yet without sin. He honored the divine law by 
His personal obedience, and in His death on the cross. He made provision for the re- 
demption of men from sin. He was raised from the dead with a glorified body and ap- 
peared to His disciples as the person who was with them before His crucifixion. He 
ascended into heaven and is now exalted at the right hand of God where He is the One 
Mediator, partaking of the nature of God and of man, and in whose Person is effected 
the reconciliation between God and man. He will return in power and glory to judge the 
world and to consummate His redemptive mission. He now dwells in all believers as the 
living and ever present Lord. 

C. God the Holy Spirit 

The Holy Spirit is the Spirit of God. He inspired holy men of old to write the Scrip- 
tures. Through illumination, He enables men to understand truth. He exalts Christ. He 
convicts of sin, of righteousness and of judgment. He calls men to the Saviour, and ef- 
fects regeneration. He cultivates Christian character, comforts believers, and bestows 
the spiritual gifts by which they serve God through His church. He seals the believer un- 
to the day of final redemption. His presence in the Christian is the assurance of God to 
bring the believer into the fulness of the stature of Christ. He enlightens and empowers 
the believer and the church in worship, evangelism, and service. 

III. MAN 

Man was created by the special act of God, in His own image, and is the crowning 
work of His creation. In the beginning, man was innocent of sin and was endowed by 
His Creator with freedom of choice. By his free choice, man sinned against God and 
brought sin into the human race. Through the temptation of Satan, man transgressed 
the command of God and fell from his original innocence; whereby his posterity inherit 
a nature and an environment inclined toward sin, and as soon as they are capable of 
moral action become transgressors and are under condemnation. Only the grace of God 
can bring man into His holy fellowship and enable man to fulfill the creative purpose of 
God. The sacredness of human personality is evident in that God created man in His 
own image, and in that Christ died for man; therefore, every man possesses dignity and 
is worthy of respect and Christian love. 



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IV. SALVATION 



Salvation involves the redemption of the whole man, and is offered freely to all who 
accept Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour, who by His own blood obtained eternal re- 
demption for the believer. In its broadest sense, salvation includes regeneration, sanctifi- 
cation, and glorification. 

A. Regeneration, or the new birth, is a work of God's grace whereby believers become 
new creatures of Christ Jesus. It is a change of heart wrought by the Holy Spirit through 
conviction of sin, to which the sinner responds in repentance toward God and faith in 
the Lord Jesus Christ. 

Repentance and faith are inseparable experiences of grace. Repentance is a genuine 
turning from sin toward God. Faith is the acceptance of Jesus Christ and commitment 
of the entire personality to Him as Lord and Saviour. Justification is God's gracious and 
full acquittal upon principles of His righteousness of all sinners who repent and believe 
in Christ. Justification brings the believer into a relationship of peace and favor with 
God. 

B. Sanctification is the experience, beginning in regeneration, by which the believer is 
set apart to God's purposes, and is enabled to progress toward moral and spiritual per- 
fection through the presence and power of the Holy Spirit dwelling in him. Growth in 
grace should continue throughout the regenerate person's life. 

C. Glorification is the culmination of salvation and is the final blessed and abiding 
state of the redeemed. 

V. GOD'S PURPOSE OF GRACE 

Election is the gracious purpose of God, according to which He regenerates, sanc- 
tifies, and glorifies sinners. It is consistent with the free agency of man, and com- 
prehends all the means in connection with the end. It is glorious display of God's 
sovereign goodness, and is infinitely wise, holy, and unchangeable. It excludes boasting 
and promotes humility. 

All true believers endure to the end. Those whom God has accepted in Christ, and 
sanctified by His Spirit, will never fall away from the state of grace, but shall preserve to 
the end. Believers may fall into sin and through neglect and temptation, whereby they 
grieve the Spirit, impair their graces and comforts, bring reproach on the cause of 
Christ, and temporal judgments on themselves, yet they shall be kept by the power of 
God through faith unto salvation. 

VI. THE CHURCH 

A New Testament church of the Lord Jesus Christ is a local body of baptized believ- 
ers who are associated by covenant in the faith and fellowship of the gospel, observing 
the two ordinances of Christ, committed to His teachings, exercising the gifts, rights, 
and privileges invested in them by His Word, and seeking to extend the gospel to the 
ends of the earth. 

This church is an autonomous body, operating through democratic processes under 
the Lordship of Jesus Christ. In such a congregation, members are equally responsible. 
Its Scriptural officers are pastors and deacons. 

The New Testament speaks also of the church as the body of Christ which includes all 
of the redeemed of all the ages. 



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VII. BAPTISM AND THE LORD'S SUPPER 

Christian baptism is the immersion of a believer in water in the name of the Father, 
the Son, and the Holy Spirit. It is an act of obedience symbolizing the believer's faith in 
a crucified, buried, and risen Saviour, the believer's death to sin, the burial of the old 
life, and resurrection to walk in newness of life in Christ Jesus. It is a testimony to his 
faith in the final resurrection of the dead. Being a church ordinance, it is prerequisite to 
the privileges of church membership and to the Lord's Supper. 

The Lord's Supper is a symbolic act of obedience whereby members of the church, 
through partaking of the bread and the fruit of the vine, memorialize the death of the 
Redeemer and anticipate His second coming. 

Vni. THE LORD'S DAY 

The first day of the week is the Lord's Day. It is a Christian institution for regular ob- 
servance. It commemorates the resurrection of Christ from the dead and should be 
employed in exercises of worship and spiritual devotion, both public and private, and by 
refraining from worldly amusements, and resting from secular employments, work of 
necessity and mercy only being excepted. 

IX. THE KINGDOM 

The Kingdom of God includes both His general sovereignty over the universe and His 
particular kingship over men who willfully acknowledge Him as King. Particularly the 
Kingdom is the realm of salvation into which men enter by trustful, childlike commit- 
ment to Jesus Christ. Christians ought to pray and to labor that the Kingdom may come 
and God's will be done on earth. The full consummation of the Kingdom awaits the 
return of Jesus Christ and the end of this age. 

X. LAST THINGS 

God, in His own time and in His own way, will bring the world its appropriate end. 
According to His promise, Jesus Christ will return personally and visibly in glory to the 
earth; the dead will be raised; and Christ will judge all men in righteousness. The un- 
righteous will be consigned to Hell, the place of everlasting punishment. The righteous 
in their resurrected and glorified bodies will receive their reward and will dwell forever in 
Heaven with the Lord. 

XI. EVANGELISM AND MISSIONS 

It is the duty and privilege of every follower of Christ and of every church of the Lord 
Jesus Christ to endeavor to make disciples of all nations. The new birth of man's spirit 
by God's Holy Spirit means the birth of love for others. Missionary effort on the part of 
all rests thus upon a spiritual necessity of the regenerate life, and is expressly and 
repeatedly commanded in the teachings of Christ. It is the duty of every child of God to 
seek constantly to win the lost to Christ by personal effort and by all other methods in 
harmony with the gospel of Christ. 

XII. EDUCATION 

The cause of education in the Kingdom of Christ is to coordinate with the causes of 
missions and general benevolence, and should receive along with these, the liberal sup- 
port of the churches. An adequate system of Christian schools is necessary to a complete 
spiritual program for Christ's people. 

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In Christian education, there should be a proper balance between academic freedom 
and academic responsibility. Freedom in any orderly relationship of human life is al- 
ways limited and never absolute. The freedom of a teacher in a Christian school, college, 
or seminary is limited by the preeminence of Jesus Christ, by the authoritative nature of 
the Scripture, and by the distinct purpose for which the school exists. 

XIII. STEWARDSHIP 

God is the source of all blessings, temporal and spiritual; all that we have and are, we 
owe to Him. Christians have a spiritual debtorship to the whole world, a holy trustee- 
ship in the gospel, and a binding stewardship in their possessions. They are therefore 
under the obligation to serve Him with their time, talents, and material possessions; and 
should recognize all these as entrusted to them to use for the glory of God and for help- 
ing others. According to the Scriptures, Christians should contribute of their means 
cheerfully, regularly, systematically, proportionately, and liberally for the advancement 
of the Redeemer's cause on earth. 

XIV. COOPERATION 

Christ's people should, as occasion requires, organize such associations and conven- 
tions as may best secure cooperation for the great objects of the Kingdom of God. Such 
organizations have no authority over one another or over the churches. They are volun- 
tary and advisory bodies designed to elicit, combine, and direct the energies of our peo- 
ple in the most effective manner. Members of New Testament churches should 
cooperate with one another in carrying forward the missionary, educational, and benev- 
olent ministries for the extension of Christ's Kingdom. Christian unity in the New Testa- 
ment sense is spiritual harmony and voluntary cooperation for common ends by various 
groups of Christ's people. Cooperation is desirable between the various Christian de- 
nominations, when the end to be attained is itself justified, and when such cooperation 
involves no violation of conscience or compromise of loyalty to Christ and His Word as 
revealed in the New Testament. 

XV. THE CHRISTIAN AND THE SOCIAL ORDER 

Every Christian is under obligation to seek to make the will of Christ supreme in his 
own life and in human society. Means and methods used for the improvement of society 
and the establishment of righteousness among men can be truly and permanently helpful 
only when they are rooted in the regeneration of the individual by the saving grace of 
God in Christ Jesus. The Christian should oppose in the spirit of Christ every form of 
greed, selfishness, and vice. He should work to provide for the orphaned, the needy, the 
aged, the helpless, and the sick. Every Christian should seek to bring industry, govern- 
ment, and society as a whole under the sway of the principles of righteousness, truth, 
and brotherly love. In order to promote these ends. Christians should be ready to work 
with all men of good will in any good cause, always being careful to act in the spirit of 
love without compromising their loyalty to Christ and His truth. 

XVI. PEACE AND WAR 

It is the duty of Christians to seek peace with all men on principles of righteousness. 
In accordance with the spirit and teachings of Christ, they should do all in their power to 
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The true remedy for the war spirit is the gospel of our Lord. The supreme need of the 
world is the acceptance of His teachings in all the affairs of men and nations, and the 
practical application of His law of love. 



XVII. RELIGIOUS LIBERTY 

God alone is Lord of the conscience, and He has left it free from the doctrines and 
commandments of men which are contrary to His Word or not contained in it. Church 
and state should be separate. The state owes to every church protection and full freedom 
in the pursuit of its spiritual ends. In providing for such freedom, no ecclesiastical group 
or denomination should be favored by the state more than others. Civil government be- 
ing ordained of God, it is the duty of Christians to render loyal obedience thereto in all 
things not contrary to the revealed will of God. The church should not resort to the civil 
power to carry on its work. The gospel of Christ contemplates spiritual means alone for 
the pursuit of its ends. The state has no right to impose penalties for religious opinions 
of any kind. The state has no right to impose taxes for the support of any form of 
religion. A free church in a free state is the Christian ideal, and this implies the right of 
free and unhindered access to God on the part of all men, and the right to form and 
propagate opinions in the sphere of religion without interference by the civil power. 



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Proceedings 

2nd Annual Spring Session 
Tuesday, April 28, 1987 
CENTER GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 
THEME: "The Future Is Now" 

1. Musical prelude. 

2. Nathan Copeland, III, moderator of the West Chowan Baptist Association 
presided over the session. 

3. The afternoon session opened with the congregation singing "God of 
Grace". 

4. The moderator welcomed everyone. Rev. Herman Hicks, pastor of Center 
Grove Church extended a welcome on behalf of Center Grove and co-host church 
Holly Grove. 

5. The history of Center Grove Church was read by Mrs. Margaret Brinkley. 

6. Rev. Lamar Wheeler gave an update on the cost to complete the inside of 
the office building, approximately $18,000. 

7. Rev. Frank Stansbury gave a cost of approximately $14,750 for office 
furniture and landscaping. 

8. The congregation sang a hymn. 

9. Rev. Jack Byrd, pastor of Cashie Baptist Church gave his testimony. 

10. Special music was presented by Mrs. Patsy Bryant. 

11. Rev. Cecil Aldridge, pastor of Mars Hill, introduced the afternoon 
speaker. Rev. Cleve Wilkie, retired from the Baptist State Convention, Steward- 
ship division. 

12. The congregation sang the hymn "Take My Life and Let It Be." 

13. David Brinkley of the Center Grove Church blessed the evening meal and 
supper was served by the host churches. Center Grove and Holly Grove. 

EVENING SESSION 

14. A musical prelude was presented by Miss Edna Ruffin, flutist and Mrs. 
Dorothy Ruffin, pianist. 

15. The evening session opened with the singing "To Worship, Work and 
Witness". 

16. Rev. Harvey Jackson led in prayer. 

17. Mr. Bob Spivey, chairman of the Stewardship Committee, requested all 
churches to take a special love offering on Sunday, May 24 to complete the total 
project of the new office building so it would be debt free. Two hundred dollars 
was recommended from each church. 

18. Mrs. Rhodes Pratt of the Resolution Committee presented a report from 
the committee expressing thanks to the hosts churches for the delicious meal and 
for the use of the church building. Thanks were expressed to the director of 
missions and all others who took part on the program. This report was adopted. 

19. There was a report from Mrs. June Payne, Registration Committee, that 
215 registered with 101 of these messengers. 

20. Rev. Lonnie Armstrong, Director of Missions gave his report. 

21. Rev. and Mrs. Joe McLean, pastor of Jackson Church shared their 
testimonv. 

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22. Special music from the chorus. 

23. The moderator expressed thanks to Mrs. Corene Harris, vice moderator 
for preparing the spring program. 

24. Mrs. Harris introduced the evening speaker. Rev. Larry McClure, area 
missionary. 

25. The congregation sang a hymn and the second annual spring meeting was 
adjourned. 

Resolutions Committee Report 

The Resolutions Committee wishes to express appreciation to our host 
churches. Center Grove and Holly Grove, for the work their members did in 
preparing for this meeting, for the delicious meal they served, and for allowing 
us the use of this church building. We also wish to thank the Director of Missions 
and the other Associational Officers, the Program Committee, and those who 
took part on the program for their efforts to make this meeting meaningful. 

Therefore, be it resolved that the Assocation express its gratitude to the host 
churches, the Associational Officers, the ones who prepared the program, and 
those who participated in it. 

Respectfully submitted. 
Rev. James Baughn 
Mrs. Rhodes H. Pratt 




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History of Center Grove Baptist Church 




CENTER GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 




HERMAN HICKS, PASTOR 



On the 28th day of December 1896, the people of this community, led by C. S. 
Godwin, Sr. met in a call meeting to discuss plans for a house of worship. The site 
was donated and a motion carried to build a house 30 ft. by 44 ft. 

Junious HoUoman gave most of the lumber on the stump for the building and 
J. S. Mitchell furnished a water powered saw mill to saw about 6,000 feet of 
lumber. Others gave money and labor. Carpenters were allowed $1.00 per day 
and helpers 60<t per day to pay on their pledges. 

Many names were suggested for the new chapel, but since it was in a central 

location, it was named Center Grove. 

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In the spring and summer months of 1897 the lumber and other materials were 
placed on the grounds. In July 1897 the building was begun and by late Sep- 
tember the building was completed and painted. Pews and pulpit were in place 
and ready for use. 

Rev. L. M. Curtis preached the first Sunday in October and on December 30, 
1897 the new church was organized. Fifty one (51) charter members constituted 
the new church and brought letters. Deacons were elected and ordained. The 
church convenant and Articles of Faith were read by Rev. Curtis and adopted by 
the church. 

In 24 months the membership climbed from 51 to 149 members. 53 of these 
were received by baptism. 

In February 1900, two Sunday School classes were added to the rear of the 
church and on the 5th Sunday in April, 1900, the building was dedicated. 

In 1920, Mrs. Allie Dilday helped organize our first Woman's Missionary 
Society. There were 6 charter members. Mrs. Nettie Overton, last of the charter 
members died in 1986 at the age of 102. The Brotherhood and youth organiza- 
tions were organized in later years. 

In 1930 it was decided again to build a new building. The work began in March 
1936 and was completed in a few months. The new building was added to the old 
structure and when completed it consisted of an auditorium and 8 class rooms. 
While the building was under construction Sunday School services were never 
missed. A nursery and rest rooms were added years later. 

New pews were installed in October, 1941 to replace the homemade ones that 
had been used for 41 years. 

In 1960 our members felt the need for a place to have social gatherings and 
fellowship, so we voted to construct our Fellowship Hall. Members of the church 
did a lot of the work, and on May 26, 1963 the building was dedicated. 

In the summer months of 1972 men of the church improved the grounds, and 
cement walks were poured by Elliott Harrell, also a church member. 

From 1975 to 1985 we purchased our first choir robes. Storm windows and 
doors were installed and the church was insulated. Vinyl siding was put on the 
outside of the church. The pews were refinished and carpet was put in the class 
rooms. Three classes for the children were furnished with new furniture. The 
church received a new roof, the Fellowship Hall was painted and new curtains 
were hung. 

In December 1986, we enlarged and remodeled our ladies rest room. 

Earlier this year we again improved our grounds. Some of the men removed 
our old shrubbery and some trees. Then new shrubbery was purchased and set 
out. 

We were host to the Bertie Union Meeting, now called The Association Spring 
Meeting in the years 1900, 1909, 1940 and now in 1987. We hosted the Fall 
Meeting in 1963. 

Our church has had one (1) to dedicate himself to full time service for the 
Lord. Clarence E. Godwin was ordained into the ministry on August 11, 1940. He 
is now retired and living in Rocky Mount, N.C. He is a grandson of the church's 
organizing leader. 

In our 90 year history, the church has never paid out a dollar in interest. It has 
had only 4 church clerks, 4 church treasurers and 6 Sunday School Superintend- 
ents. We have had 18 ministers to serve as pastor for terms of one (1) to over 12 
years. 

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This church today is the result of community people desiring a place to 
Worship the Lord. 

The oldest member of our church today is Mr. Arba S. Godwin, son of the 
former organizing leader, C. S. Godwin, Sr. His wife, Lela, of 62 years has served 
our church as pianist and now as organist for 62 years. She is at our organ today. 

"Time takes it's toll, and life passes like shadows before us, but being true to 
our Faith we press onward. Not only for past blessings are we thankful, but for 
future joys we are hopeful, for great are the Wonders and Powers of God." 




Proceedings 

104th Annual Session 
Tuesday, October 20, 1987 
GALATIA BAPTIST CHURCH 

1. A musical prelude was presented by Mrs. Jewell Glover, pianist and Mrs. 
Betty Taylor, organist. 

2. The moderator, Nathan Copeland, HI, called the 104th Annual Session of 
the West Chowan Baptist Association to order. 

3. Miss Anna Belle Crouch, Associational Music Director led the congrega- 
tion in singing the hymn "I Love Thy Kingdom, Lord." 

4. Rev. Billy Nale, pastor of Galatia Baptist Church welcomed everyone. He 
read from Psalm III and led in prayer. 

5. A response to the welcome was given by the moderator. 

6. Vice moderator, Mrs. Corene Harris moved that the printed program with 
corrections in #1 and to add #12 which would be to elect a moderator; and that in 
Wednesday's program the Director of Missions report would be given by Nathan 
Copeland, III; the Chowan College report by Dr. Hargus Taylor and Campbell 
College by Rev. Jim Hester. The vice moderator moved that this would be the 
order of business for the annual session. Motion was carried. 

7. The moderator appointed the following committees: Committee on 
Committees: Hertford Co. - Rev. Gerald Riggs, Chairman and Mrs. R. G. Whitley; 
Northampton Co. - Rev. Luther High and Mrs. Pat Liverman; Bertie Co. - Rev. 
Hubert Mizelle and Wilson Jernigan; Parliamentarian - Rev. Harvey Jackson; 
Enrollment Committee at Galatia - Mrs. OUie Eure, Chairman, Verdell Blythe, 
Lucille Flythe, Audrey Kidd and Pauline Davis; at Askewville - Martha Lou 
White, Julie Mizelle and Ruby Harmon. 

8. Rev. Lonnie Armstrong, director of missions recognized the visitors and 
introduced the following new pastors: 

Potecasi - Lewis Jennings Buckhorn - Ray Craig 

Galatia - Billy Nale PowellsviUe - Doug Holland 

Pleasant Grove - Bill McEntire (interim) 



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They were welcomed by Rev. Jim Harris, President of the Pastors Conference. 

The new pastors that were not present are: 

Aulander - Randy Ellison Merry Hill - Phillip Knott 

Bethany - Michael Red us Connaritsa/Horton - Bruce Brown 

Lewiston - Douglass Murray 
9. The congregation sang the hymn "Come Christian, Join to Sing." 

10. The following committee reports were given: 

1. Executive Promotion - Floyd Barmer, Association Clerk 

2. Missions Development - Rev. James Hester 

3. Evangelism - Rev. Windell Patterson 

4. Treasurer - Miss Sally Ann Barber 

5. Stewardship - Nathan Copeland - in absence of Bob Spivey 

6. Committee on Committees - Rev. Gerald Riggs 

7. Committee on Nominations - Rev. Ken Bunch 

8. Ordination - Rev. Bob Rogers 

9. Seminary Extension - Rev. Tom Caulkins 

10. Building - Rev. Lamar Wheeler 

11. Constitutional Change - Lonnie Armstrong - in absence of Bobby Cross 

12. Election of Moderator 

11. All the reports were adopted. 

12. Due to the resignation of moderator elect Rev. Hugh Mizelle, and the vice 
moderator elect. Rev. Joe McLean declined to be considered as moderator 
because of his other duties, the old nominating committee was asked to get 
together and recommend a nominee for moderator. This was done and Mrs. 
Corene Harris, who served as vice moderator, was elected by the association as 
moderator for the next two years. 

13. The following organizational reports were given: 

1. Sunday School - Rev. Herman Hicks 

2. Church Training - Rev. Frank Stansbury 

3. W.M.U. - Mrs. Ruth Miller 

4. Brotherhood - Rev. Dave Halladay 

5. Church Music - Miss Anna Belle Crouch 
These reports were adopted. 

14. The Enrollment Committee gave a report of 252 present. 

15. There was a special request to remember in prayer Brother Lonnie Arm- 
strong whose sister had passed away a few hours ago, and Dr. W. D. Morris who 
had a heart attack. 

16. The congregation sang "To God Be The Glory". 

17. Rev. Jack Byrd read from John 15 and led in prayer. 

18. Special music was presented by Mrs. Gail Glover. 

19. The message was preached by Rev. Hugh Mizelle, pastor of Elam Baptist 
Church. 

20. The congregation sang the hymn "My Jesus, I Love Thee". 

21. Thanks for the evening meal was given. 

EVENING SESSION 

22. The Tintinnaries - Senior High School Bell Group of Ahoskie Baptist 
Church, directed by Don Gober, presented special music. 

23. The evening session was called to order by the moderator, Nathan Cope- 
land, III. 

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24. The congregation sang the hymn "How Great Thou Art". 

25. Scripture and prayer by Rev. Paul T. Worrell. 

26. The history of Galatia Baptist Church was read by Julia Britton. 

27. The congregation sang the hymn "Amazing Grace". 

28. Rev. Joe McLean introduced the evening speaker, Dr. Victor Cole. 

29. The closing hymn was "God Be With You". 

30. Benediction and adjournment was given. 

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21 
ASKEWVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH 

31. Musical prelude by Mrs. Kay Brantley, pianist and Mrs. Mary Lou Jerni- 
gan, organist. 

32. The moderator called the session to order. 

33. The congregation sang the hymn "Holy, Holy, Holy". 

34. Rev. Freddie Harris, pastor of Askewville Baptist Church read the scrip- 
ture and led in prayer. The welcome was extended from the pastor. 

35. Response to the welcome was given by the moderator. 

36. The history of Askewville Baptist Church was read by Mr. Finley Johnson. 

37. In the absence of the director of missions, Lonnie Armstrong, due to the 
death of his sister, the director of missions report was given by the moderator, 
Nathan Copeland, III. 

38. The moderator recognized Rev. and Mrs. Larry McClure, area missionary, 
and Richard Petite from the Kennedy home in Kinston. 

39. Rev. Jim Harris led the congregation in prayer remembering Brother 
Lonnie Armstrong in the death of his sister. 

40. The congregation sang the hymn "Saviour Like a Shepherd Lead Us". 

41. The Chowan College report was given by Dr. Hargus Taylor. 

42. The congregation sang the hymn "I Am Thine O Lord". 

43. Rev. Michael Redus, pastor of Bethany Baptist Church read the scripture 
and led in prayer. 

44. Special music was presented by Rev. and Mrs. Freddie Harris. 

45. The morning sermon was preached by Rev. James Ward, pastor of Bran- 
tley's Grove Baptist Church. 

46. The congregation sang "Near to the Heart of God." 

47. Thanks for the noon meal was given. 

AFTERNOON SESSION 

48. Musical prelude. 

49. The moderator called the afternoon session to order. 

50. The congregation sang the hymn "Jesus Saviour, Pilot Me". 

51. Rev. Harvey Jackson read from Joshua 14 and led in prayer. 

52. The following committee reports were given: 

1. Preacher and Place - Rev. Gerald Riggs 

The 1988 spring meeting would be at Winton Baptist Church with 
speaker Rev. Shelby Stephens and alternate Rev. Jack Byrd. The fall 
session first day at Elam Baptist Church with Rev. Windell Patterson 
speaker and Rev. Larry McCarty alternate. Second day: Rev. Ed Dacus 
speaker and Rev. Ray Craig alternate at Seaboard Baptist Church. 

2. Resolutions - Rev. John Spencer 



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3. Memorial - Rev. Charles Smith 

There was a special prayer for those who had died during the year. 

4. Enrollment - Mr. Nathan Copeland 

The enrollment committee gave a grand total of 325. 

5. Constitutional Change - Mr. Nathan Copeland 

The above reports and constitutional changes were adopted as presented. 

6. The moderator read a letter from Dr. Bruce Whitaker, president of 
Chowan College. A motion was made to include the letter in the minutes. 
This motion was carried. 

53. The moderator, Nathan Copeland, III gave his message relating to the past 
two years serving as the moderator of the West Chowan Baptist Association. His 
main thoughts were about the new associational office building. He thanked and 
praised the volunteers who worked so hard on Fridays and Saturdays, the 
churches' WMU ladies who prepared lunches for the workers. The building 
committee and Rev. Lamar Wheeler, the chairman who labored for many hours 
in getting the building started and to its present 85 percent completion. The 
moderator said that it was impossible to recognize every individual who had 
worked but he would like to have some plaques to be put into the office building - 
one recognizing and honoring Mrs. Mae Odom Newsom for the land for the 
building; one for the building committee, Lamar Wheeler, Bob Spivey, Mrs. 
Grace Mitchell and Mr. Charles Edwards; one recognizing the volunteers. Their 
names would not be on it, but when they see the plaque they would realize it was 
an appreciation to them. 

Then the moderator spoke about Lamar Wheeler, as chairman of the 
building committee, who for the past year and a half, had donated his time 
nearly every Friday and Saturday at the new office building, meeting with the 
contractor and other business that had to be taken care of. He asked for a motion 
that the large meeting room in the new building be named "The Lamar Wheeler 
Room". There was a motion and a second to this which was unanimously carried. 

54. The congregation sang the hymn "Open My Eyes That I May See". 

55. Rev. Jack Byrd introduced the afternoon speaker, Dr. R. G. Puckett. 

56. The congregation sang the hymn "Take My Life and Let It Be". 

57. The moderator then turned the moderatorship over to Mrs. Corene Harris 
as the new West Chowan Baptist Association moderator. Mrs. Harris adjourned 
the meeting. 




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History of Galatia Baptist Church 




The first meeting place of Galatia Baptist Church was actually a brush shelter. 
A band of Christians met regularly with the weather permitting, but they were 
not an organized church at this time. 

In 1852, the church was organized in a log schoolhouse. The church continued 
to meet there while a rectangular building was started near the crossroads at 
Galatia. Mr. Arthur Davis donated the land for this. Mr. Jessie Deloatch loaned 
the church $100 to get started. The first building was dedicated on July 13, 1859. 

The first pastor was Rev. B. B. Williams who served until the Civil War when 
he was called into the service. During his absence Rev. John Lee filled in. 

In 1892, the church called Rev. Dancey Cale to serve as their pastor. He served 
for the next 38 years. During the early years, only two preaching services a month 
were held on Saturday and Sunday's. Conferences were held on Saturday and 
attendance was required. Persons who broke the rules of the church had to 
appear before the conference and ask to be forgiven. 

In 1899, a Missionary Society was organized with both men and women. Mrs. 
Johnnie Taylor was president. The WMU was divided into circles in 1928. A 
sunbeam ba id organized in 1922 and reorganized in 1930 with Mrs. Ruby Taylor 
as leader. A senior BYPU was organized in 1923 and extended to youth in 1930. 

In 1926, the original church building was sold and a new one was built at a cost 
of approximately $10,000. It was dedicated on December 7, 1930. 

The first parsonage was built in 1947. In 1950, Sunday School rooms were 
added and a Brotherhood was organized in the early 50's. 

In 1959 the old church building was moved and the foundation for the present 
educational building was laid. It was completed in 1961 and there was a note 
burning in December of that year. 

In 1962, work began on the present sanctuary and it was dedicated on 
December 8, 1963. The note was paid off in December, 1966. According to records 
approximately $110,516.00 was spent on the building. 

In 1967, the Knox Britton home was purchased as a parsonage since the land 
was joining the church property. It was purchased for $18,000. 

Rev. Lonnie Armstrong came as pastor in 1974 and served until 1987. The 
church purchased office equipment and repairs were made to the education 
building & parsonage. The church also purchased a small tract of land adjoining 
the church property. 

Three people were called out from the church to do the Lord's work. They 
were Ricky Barnes, Tommy Glover and Vickie Tuggle. 

In 1982, a church bus was purchased. In 1984, plans were presented for a new 
Fellowship Hall and it was completed in 1985 costing about $98,000. The debt on 
this was paid of in the spring of 1987. 

Mrs. Corene Harris made 2 trips to Togo and then went to Panama. At the 
present time, the enrollment of the church is 444. 



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History of Askewville Baptist Church 




ASKEWVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH 




FREDDIE HARRIS, PASTOR 



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Early in 1913, members of Askewville community decided to build a church. A. 
J. White donated an acre of land for the building and George Butler donated the 
first logs. Many people gave timber and labor. The women saved their egg 
money. Most of the charter members came from Ross Baptist Church. The new 
church was named Askewville Baptist. 

Sunday School and Worship Services were held in the one room structure until 
1926 when the building was remodeled adding 12 classrooms, belfry and vestib- 
ule. A church bell was donated by James R. White. 

A parsonage was completed in 1951 on a lot given by L. J. White. This was sold 
in 1973 when a new parsonage was built. In 1984, new carpets were installed in the 
parsonage and cabinets were added in the utility room. 

In 1963, the first floor of the educational building was completed. A second 
floor was added in 1974. 

In 1966, new windows and a baptistry were added to the sanctuary and the 
exterior of the building was brick-veneered. In 1984, the sanctuary was again 
remodeled with new carpet, pews, lights, pulpit furniture, choir chairs and 
drapes. The old pulpit furniture was given to a mission church in the state of 
New York and the old pews were given to a mission church in the Chowan 
Association. In 1986, a new organ was purchased. 

Askewville Baptist is a very mission-minded church. Several members have 
volunteered their services on the home and the foreign mission fields. The 
members support missions outstandingly, with last year's Lottie Moon offering 
totaling more than $11,000. 

A picture directory was published in 1986. This was unprecedented in the 
history of the church. 

The church will be 75 years old next April, yet there is still a spirit of 
expectancy as we serve the Lord together. Rev. Freddie Harris, our current 
pastor, has led our church since 1984. Askewville Baptist Church has reason to be 
proud of its history and heritage and we look forward to the future with the help 
of our Master. 

by Finley Johnson 



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CHOWAN COLLEGE 

MURFREESBORO, NORTH CAROLINA 27855 

OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT Octobcr 16, 1987 

Mr. Nathan Copeland, III, Moderator 
West Chowan Baptist Association 
P.O. Box 237 
Windsor, NC 27983 

Dear Friend of Missions and Education: 

The Trustees, Advisors, and faculty/ staff, and student body of Chowan College 
extend Greetings! as you and your fellow-messengers from the churches affil- 
iated with the West Chowan Baptist Association gather in annual session, 
October 20-21. Our prayer is that God's Spirit will permeate your deliberations, 
together, and each of the churches from which you come in the interest of 
pursuing Bold Mission objectives, at home and abroad. 

We continue to be mindful of that strong measure of love, concern, and support 
which you exhibit towards all ministries associated with the name of Baptists in 
North Carolina. We are particularly mindful and grateful for that strong mea- 
sure of love, concern, and support which you have exhibited towards our efforts 
at Christian higher education through Chowan College. 

It is our good fortune to number several of our graduates and other former 
students among those who reside within the district served by your several 
churches. We are also pleased to be able to report that eighty-two (82) students 
who are currently attending Chowan College reside within the counties served 
by churches related to the West Chowan Baptist Association. We thank you for 
entrusting these to our care, with our pledge to offer them and their fellow- 
students the best possible educational opportunities, within the context of a 
basic commitment to Christian values and ideals. 

Meanwhile, we solicit your continued love, concern, and support on behalf of 
our mission in education in the knowledge that without such love, concern, and 
support our best efforts cannot reach their greatest possible potential and 
benefit. 

Cordially and sincerely yours, 
Bruce E. Whitaker, President 
R. Hargus Taylor, Chaplain to the College 

PS: We would be gratified to have this communication read at the annual session 
of your Association and/or to have it included in your printed Minutes for 
1986-87, space permitting. 



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Director of Missions Report 

January - September, 1987 

Preached in 26 churches 

Held Prayer Meeting - 2 churches 

Spoke at Brotherhood Prayer Breakfasts - 6 

Taught Sunday School Class - 3 

Led State Missions Promotion 2 (1 Local Church - 1 First Church-Edenton) 
Visited in 31 Churches - Revival or other occasion 
Hospital Visits - 11 
Funerals - 4 
Weddings - 4 

Wedding Rehersals - 4 
Home Visits - 15 
Visits New Pastor - 4 

Worked on Associational Home - painted; moved - 4 days 

Worked on New Building - 11 Saturdays 

Conferences with Churches, Pastors, Deacons - 4 

Conferences with Associational Moderator, Committees, etc. - 3 

Taught Doctrine of Prayer - 2 

Taught Aduh VBS - Woodland - 4 nights 

DOM Conference - 2 days - Wingate College 

DOM Meeting - Greenville 

DOM Meeting - Cary 

DOM Conference - Caraway - 3 days 

Ministers/Wives Conference - 6 

Ministers/Wives Picnic - 1 

Trip to Lawrenceville, Va. for Associational Minutes - 2 

Executive Committee Meetings - 3 

Executive Committee Meeting - hosted supper - 1 

General Board Meeting - 3 

World Missions Training Conference 

Office Equipment sales - 2 

Vacation - 1 week 

Attended Associational WMU Council Meeting 
Attended 5th Sunday Sing - 3 

Attended Key Leadership Conference - Ridgecrest - 3 days 
Attended Associational Key Leadership meeting 
Attended Evangelism Planning Meeting - Kinston 
Attended Roanoke - Chowan Crusade 

Attended VBS Clinic - Williamston - Meherrin - Askewville 

Preached Revival - Askewville - 1 week & Colony Bapt. Church - New Bern - 5 days 

Attended WMU Annual Meeting 

Attended R.A. Track Meet 

Attended Associational Bible Drill 

Attended Associational Spring Meeting 

Attended Evangelism Conference - Caswell - 2 days 

Attended Baptist Women's Missions Gala - Chowan College 



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Attended Stewardship Expanded Annuity Program 
Attended Small Church Conference - Riverside 
Met with Associational House Committee 

Note: These Activities are in addition to the regular hours spent in the Office 
Monday - Friday. 

Lonnie R. Armstrong 
Director of Missions 

Associational Council Report 

The Associational Council of the West Chowan Baptist Association met five 
times during the Associational year. Mr. Nathan Copeland, III, moderator 
presided over each meeting. 

Each organization director and committee chairman was given an opportunity 
to give a report and promote their work. 

During the year, the General Board approved the following actions: 

1. To have a dinner on January 5, 1987 honoring the Rev. and Mrs. Henry 
Powell for their work. A love offering was also given to them from the 
churches. 

2. Rev. Lonnie Armstrong was elected as the new Director of Missions. 

3. To accept the gift of a house to be used by the Director of Missions in 
Aulander. This house was given by Mr. Wayland Lawrence Jenkins, Jr., 
valued at approximately $82,900. 

4. To keep Mrs. Henry Powell on the payroll for 6 months as a consultant. 
This would help her in social security benefits. 

5. To have the Rev. Lonnie Armstrong, Rev. Frank Stansbury, and Rev. 
Windell Patterson as a committee for purchasing office equipment. 

6. To have Mrs. Jo-Ann Mizelle temporary status as Associational Secretary 
changed to permanent. 

7. To have Rev. James Hester replace the Rev. Lonnie Armstrong as Director 
of Missions Development Committee. 

8. To adopt the Expanded Annuity Program. 

9. To have a building and grounds committee to look after the two proper- 
ties of the Association. 

10. To instruct the trustees to borrow the money necessary to install central 
heat and air-conditioning systems in the Director of Missions home. 

11. To have a long range Strategic Planning Committee (5 years) established. 

Mr. Floyd Barmer 
Associational Clerk 



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Statement of Cash Receipts and Disbursements 

GENERAL FUND 
October 1, 1986 through September 30, 1987 



Cash Balance, October 1, 1986 $ 3,500.00 

RECEIPTS: 

Association Missions $ 51,174.72 

Pulpit Supply 140.00 

Sale of Supplies 280.32 

Minutes 40.00 

World Mission Conference 2,650.00 

Powell Appreciation Dinner 774.00 

Powell Love Gift 3,735.90 

BSC - Participating Share 

'85 State Mission Offering 3,840.42 (1) 

Contribution for Typewriter 695.00 

Reimbursement from BSC 

for Stewardship Dinner 334.25 

Sales Tax Refund 53.54 

Int. Free Loans for H/AC for DOM Home 1,200.00 

Registration - Attorney's Conference 10.00 

Interest on Checking Account 265.86 

Refund - Fan - DOM Home . 41.00 

TOTAL RECEIPTS 65,235.01 

Total Cash Balance Plus Receipts $ 68,735.01 

DISBURSEMENTS: 
Director: 

Salary $ 15,708.32 

Rent 600.00 

Utilities 1,889.94 

Office: 

Rent 1,200.00 

Utilities 1,670.28 

Supplies 3,977.66 

Secretary 7,238.00 (2) 

FICA 517.61 

Organizations: 

Sunday School 139.02 

Church Training 62.75 

Brotherhood/RA 425.00 

Music , .00 

Minutes: 

Printing 855.00 

Clerk's Honorarium 200.00 

Clerk's Expense 50.00 

General: 

Director's Travel $ 3,000.00 

Treasurer 250.00 



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Evangelism 99.50 

SBC Annuity 3,000.00 

Insurance - DOMs (2) 2,673.47 

Insurance - Property and Other 1,116.00 

Convention Expense .00 

Annual Session 250.00 

Key Leader 343.49 

Christmas: 

Director 250.00 

Secretary 150.00 

Seminary Extension .00 

Library Committee .00 

Missions Committee .00 

Office Equipment: 

Copier 4,834.20 (1) 

Typewriter 729.75 (4) 

Miscellaneous .00 

Repairs - DOM Home 3,750.00 (3) 

Moving DOM 879.86 

Water Deposit - DOM Home 50.00 

Registration - Attorney's Conference 10.00 

Stewardship Dinner 334.25 

Spring Meeting 200.00 

Powell Dinner 815.33 

Powell Love Gift 3,735.90 

Transfers to Building Fund 1,579.68 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS 62,585.01 

Cash Balance, September 30, 1987 $ 6,150.00 * 

♦Regular General Fund Balance $ 3,500.00 

World Mission Conference Balance 2,650.00 

$ 6,150.00 



(1) Amount received from BSC applied to new copy machine 

(2) Includes $1,000 consultant fee paid to Mary Powell 

(3) $3,000 or Director's Rent budget transferred to Repairs - DOM Home 

(4) $695.00 of total price paid by individual 



Statement of Cash Receipts and Disbursements 

BUILDING FUND 
October 1, 1986 through September 30, 1987 

Cash Balance, October 1, 1986 $ 30,762.54 

RECEIPTS: 

Contributions: 

From Churches $ 20,380.32 

From Individuals 10,502.00 

Refund - Town of Ahoskie 

Jersey Street Assessment 40.31 



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Sales Tax Refund 465.33 

Interest on Cash Investment Account 1,747.64 

Transfers from General Fund 1,579.68 

TOTAL RECEIPTS 34,715.28 

Total Cash Balance Plus Receipts $ 65,477.82 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

Materials and Outside Labor $ 37,966.85 

Sewer Tap 140.00 

Water Tap 160.00 

Water Deposit 20.00 

Bank Charges 21.00 

Furniture and Equipment 4,350.07 

Repairs - DOM Home 3,137.50 (1) 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS 45,795.42 

Cash Balance, September 30, 1987 $ 19,682.40 

(1) Amount to be reimbursed to Building Fund when monies borrowed for 
H/AC in DOM Home 

Contributions Received 

October 1, 1986 through September 30, 1987 

General Building 

Fund Fund 

Ahoskie, First Baptist $ 3,199.99 $ 4,797.00 

Ashley's Grove 1,550.23 235.00 

Askewville 1,250.00 305.60 

Aulander 1,130.00 1,304.80 

Bethany 1,091.22 388.72 

Bethel 320.00 28.24 

Bethlehem 60.00 .00 

Brantley's Grove 275.00 214.00 

Buckhorn 300.00 713.00 

Capeharts 1,041.35 35.00 

Cashie 3,831.25 200.00 

Center Grove 1,097.52 200.00 

Christian Harbor 400.00 .00 

Colerain 1,150.00 328.00 

Connaritsa 300.00 300.00 

Conway 3,300.00 496.00 

Creech Memorial 1,399.92 .00 

Creeksville 300.00 200.00 

Earlys 350.00 725.00 

Edgewood 240.00 200.00 

Elam .00 200.00 



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Elm Grove 


1,250.00 


700.00 


Galatia 


2,400.00 


398.00 


Greens Cross 


1,329.34 


236.30 


Harrellsville 


750.00 


350.75 


Hebron 


.00 


.00 


Holly Grove 


100.00 


10.00 


Holly Springs 


200.00 


.00 


Hortons 


120.00 


75.00 


Jackson 


499.92 


375.00 


Kelford 


.00 


.00 


Lasker 


250.00 


.00 


Lawrence 


420.43 


.00 


Lewiston 


500.00 


428.00 


Margarettesville 


187.79 


.00 


Mars Hill 


549.96 


.00 


Meherrin 


1,479.55 


.00 


Menola 


200.00 


700.00 


Merry Hill 


250.00 


250.00 


Mt. Carmel 


.00 


.00 


Mt. Tabor 


872.68 


84.45 


Murfreesboro 


1,316.13 


690.00 


Oak Grove 


.00 


.00 


Pleasant Grove 


1,100.22 


234.00 


Potecasi 


500.00 


200.00 


Powellsville 


1,473.60 


503.00 


Republican 


505.04 


200.00 


Rich Square 


1,668.24 


462.00 


Riverside 


500.00 


200.00 


Robert's Chapel 


200.00 


421.69 


Ross 


500.00 


164.28 


St. John's 


550.00 


682.50 


Sandy Run 


456.00 


728.00 


Seaboard 


399.96 


.00 


Severn 


487.50 


145.00 


Siloam 


180.00 


100.00 


Union 


2,092.23 


375.50 


Wakelon 


115.00 


.00 


ntnn 

TT III V\J H 


3 421 00 


463.29 


Woodland 


1,763.65 


333.00 


Individuals 


.00 


10,502.00 




$ 51,174.72 


$ 30,882.32 



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Budget - General Fund 

WEST CHOWAN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
1987-88 

DIRECTOR: 

Salary $ 18,720.00 

Utilities 3,000.00 

Home Maintenance 1,000.00 

OFFICE: 

Rent 300.00 

Utilities 2,400.00 

Supplies 4,500.00 

Secretary 6,240.00 

FICA 475.00 

Office Equipment Maintenance 1,500.00 

ORGANIZATIONS: 

Sunday School 300.00 

Church Training 250.00 

Brotherhood/RA 500.00 

Music 500.00 

Youth 500.00 

MINUTES: 

Printing 900.00 

Clerk's Honorariums 200.00 

Clerk's Expense 50.00 

GENERAL: 

Director's Travel 3,120.00 

Treasurer 250.00 

Evangelism 250.00 

SBC Annuity 3,744.00 

Insurance - DOM 3,120.00 

Insurance - Secretary 600.00 

Insurance - Property & Misc 1,200.00 

Convention Expense 1,000.00 

Annual Session 300.00 

Spring Session 200.00 

Key Leader 500.00 

Christmas: 

Director 250.00 

Secretary 150.00 

Seminary Extension 50.00 

Library Committee 50.00 



Missions Committee 

World Mission Conference 
Miscellaneous 



1,000.00 
9,000.00 
1,000.00 



TOTAL 



$ 67,119.00 



Sunday School 



The total Sunday School enrollment for all churches in West Chowan Associa- 
tion at the beginning of the 87 church year was 8,159. This is 221 less than the year 
before. Average weekly attendance was 61 less than the year before. 

According to the 1986 Annual Report, there are 44 churches that have small 
Sunday Schools. The Sunday School Board describes a small Sunday School as 
having an enrollment of 150 or less. This number is more than two thirds of the 
churches in the association. Many of these are good Sunday Schools. 

Three associational ASSIST team members attended special training in Feb- 
ruary, led by the State Sunday School Department. The training was held at 
Goldsboro. Those who attended were Rev. Mike Johnson, outreach training; 
Rev. Charles Smith, youth; and Rev. Herman Hicks, ASSIST director. The 
ASSIST team director also attended the State Key Leadership Conference at 
Ridgecrest in May. 

The ASSIST team director met with Sunday School directors and pastors of 
eleven (11) churches in September. The latter part of the year has been given to 
planning for an age-group leadership conference in the association, coming up 
October 26-27 at the Woodland Baptist Church. Also, in October the regional 
Sunday School Conferences was held at Elizabeth City on October 2nd and 3rd. 
This meeting was promoted to all the churches, in September. 



Two Vacation Bible School clinics were held this year — one at Meherrin 
Baptist Church and the other at Askewville Baptist Church. Total enrollment 
for both was 126, with 24 churches represented and 12 pastors. 

A full time team of Vacation Bible School leaders attended the state training 
workshop at Williamston in February. They were: 



Rev. Jim Harris - General Officers 
Rev. John Spencer - Adults 
Rev. Bill Miller - Youth 
Mrs. Carolyn Jennings - Older Children 
Rev. Luther High - Middle Children 
Mrs. Edith Patterson - Younger Children 
Mrs. Virginia Harris - Older Preschooler 



In Christ Service, 
Rev. Herman Hicks 
Assoc. Sunday School Director 



Vacation Bible School 



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Mrs. Betty Joyner - Middle Preschooler 

Rev. Lonnie Armstrong - Director of Missions 

In Christ Service, 
Rev. Jim Harris 
Assoc. Vacation Bible School Director 

Church Training Report 

CHURCH TRAINING; THE DISCIPLESHIP ARM OF THE CHURCH. All 
church members and their families deserve the chance to develop as disciples, to 
grow to spiritual maturity. Church Training can help build up your church, 
equipping members for dynamic ministry and meaningful Christian living. 

Church Training offers in addition to their dated and undated materials the 
following: 

• Childrens Bible Drill 

• Youth Bible Drill 

• Youth Speakers Tournament 

• Discipleship Youth 

• Masterlife 

• Masterbuilder 

• Yearly Doctrine Studies (1988 - The Priesthood of Believers) 

• Survival Kits 

program, church nipping Centers 
During the year 1986-87, Church Training has been involved in the following 
activities: 

November, 1986 - "M" Night held at Bethel Church with the "Hee Haw" 
gang and guest speaker, Larry Jones, pastor, Capeharts 
Church. 

April, 1987 - Associational Youth and Childrens Bible Drill Tour- 

naments at Galatia Church. 

May, 1987 - - State Youth and Childrens Bible Drill Tournaments. 

Had state winners from Galatia and Winton Churches. 
Director attended Key Leadership Conference at 
Ridgecrest. 

August, 1987 - - Director participated in Associational Key Leadership 
Conference at Ahoskie, First Church. 
Our first event for the 1987-88 year will be "M" Night at Meherrin Baptist 
Church, Monday night, November 23, 1987 at 7:30 p.m. The purpose of "M" Night 
is Threefold: inspiration, fellowship and sharing Church Training information. 
This year's theme is "Living in the Spirit." 

When churches in our association have a Church Training members can 

• Learn personal skills that enable them to grow spiritually and reach out 
to others in caring ways. 

• Develop maturity in the Christian faith by studying doctrine, standards 
of Christian living. Christian History, and the ways churches function 
best. 

• Develop their potential as servants of Christ. 



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• Become aware of and support the work of their church and worldwide 

missions causes. 

I urge all churches in our association to let Church Training be a very vital part 
of your church program. Discover the benefits of Discipleship Training. Your 
church deserves the best. 

Frank Stansbury, Director 

Women's Missionary Union 

WMU has had a good year! Many things are happening as we are getting ready 
for the National Centennial year. 

Mission Action had a "Fair" in October. Attendance was great! The boxes were 
prepared for the Odom Prison at Christmas. Everyone was great in their giving. 

Mission Friends enjoyed their "Meet the Missionary" in November held at the 
Askewville Baptist Church. 

Girls in Action are always busy folks. They had a "Fall Carnival" in Colerain. 
The two main events of the year are always GA Camp at Chowan College and they 
were well attended. Also, Christmas in August was held at the Rich Square 
Baptist Church. Mrs. Janie Stansbury of Winton Baptist Church and Associa- 
tional G.A. Director wrote the children's emphasis for State Missions this year 
for the state. We are so pleased to know we have this talent in our association. As 
we are gifted, we are called to serve. Use your gifts for the Lord. 

Acteens had the Foreign and Home Missions studies with good attendance at 
both. Also in August they had a "Fund Day at Chowan College" whith Miss Lynn 
Latham. There was a Father/Daughter banquet at Conway in March. 

Baptist Young Women had their annual banquet at Conway. 

Young Baptist Women had their annual banquet at Cashie Baptist Church 
with good attendance, in March. Also, they had a joint Enlistment Get-Together 
with the Baptist Young Women in October, with Mrs. Hope Christian as speaker. 

Baptist Women had a big day in May at Chowan College when they headed a 
gathering of all mission organizations to hear Miss Mildred McWhorter speak. 
The attendance exceeded 350. A baby shower was headed up by the associational 
Acteens and everyone gave generously. 

Our host for the 1987 Annual WMU Meeting was Galatia Baptist Church. They 
did a superb job as usual. Mrs. Jan High was the speaker who is the state WMU 
consultant. 

Leadership conferences have been held, so we are into a new year. Let's move 
forward and enlist more women and children into our mission organizations. 

Mrs. Ruth Miller 
WMU Director 

Brotherhood 

I am happy to report that this has been an encouraging year for Brotherhood 
in the West Chowan Association. We are beginning to grow in numbers and in 
our efforts to do Mission Work. We have participated in many activities this 
year. The Brotherhood from the Seaboard Baptist Church assisted with the 
building of a church at Topsail Beach. There was a group of men from Winton 

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Baptist Church that went to Gary to receive training on the Disaster Relief Van. 
We are in hopes that during this next year, we will have enough men receive that 
kind of training to be able to complete an entire team; so that we could secure 
the Van if the occasion ever arises. 

In May, I attended the Key Leadership meeting at Ridgecrest. It was during 
this time that I learned of the many changes that would be taking place with the 
Brotherhood and R.A. Departments. We have planned to make 1987-88 a chal- 
lenging year for these men and boys. There will be a Brotherhood and RA 
Leadership training meeting during the month of October. At that time each 
church with Brotherhood and RA's will become informed as to the changes in 
literature and also organizational structure. One of our goals for the new year 
will be to get ourselves better organized within the Association so that we can 
work together on some of our Mission Projects. 

This year we are on the way to bigger and better things in the service of our 
Lord. We invite you to be a part of that. Remember, strong Brotherhoods build 
strong Churches. 

In Christ Service, 
Rev. Dave Holladay 

Music Report 

This has been an active year in the Music Department of the West Chowan 
Baptist Association. Directors or representatives of the sixty churches received 
cards and telephone calls about the Spring Meeting in April and the Music 
Conferences in September. Assistance was given to directors who asked for 
materials. 

A Seminary Extension course on the fundamentals of music was taught to 
students from the different churches by Mrs. Mary Rose Lawrence. She directed 
the music for the Spring meeting also. Your music director correlated gospel 
songs and hymns with choral readings which were used in a ten minute presenta- 
tion for that time during the evening session. Music was arranged for the Fall 
Meeting and Spring Meeting. Music emphasis was given at the Leadership 
Conference in August. 

Members of the churches in St. Johns, Holly Grove and Conway were hosts for 
the Music Leadership Conferences. Thirty-six (36) directors, accompanists, pas- 
tors and representatives in 9 churches participated in information, inspiration 
and fellowship to prepare for 1987-88. 

Church letter reports were discussed; materials from the State and Southern 
Baptist Convention Music Departments were provided and discussed. Handouts 
were given for use by the churches for different services along with other items of 
information and suggestions for the Music Ministry. Those included regulations 
of copyright laws that were discussed, the World Missions Conference and the 
Week of Prayer for Foreign Missions plus the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering. 
We talked about how music participation could help; spiritual, mental and 
physical strengths were explained by using the basic time elements with eve- 
ryone directing. A Christmas carol service was used in showing how hymnals 
could be used in planning services. Much was accomplished in IV2 hours includ- 
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Your associational Music Director thanks the many persons from throughout 
the association who participated in the various aspects of the Music Program 
during 1986-87. You have been valuable in enhancing the worship services. Let 
me help you when there are needs. All of us are "Musicians on Missions That All 
May Hear." 

Respectfully submitted, 
Anna Belle Crouch 
Associational Music Director 
West Chowan Baptist Association 

Seminary Extension 

Southern Baptist seminaries have been offering off -campus theological train- 
ing through the Seminary Extension Department of the Southern Baptist Con- 
vention for 36 years. 

During the 1986-87 year, the West Chowan Seminary Extension Center was 
part of the network of more than 400 similar centers throughout the country. 

During this church year the West Chowan Association's Seminary Extension 
Center offered three courses. A course in church music was taught by Mrs. 
William Lawrence. The Rev, Henry Powell taught a course in church growth and 
the Rev. Randolph Phillips taught a course in Christian ethics. 

While Seminary Extension courses are designed for pastors and other minis- 
ters who have missed out on seminary training, many lay church leaders also have 
used the courses to strengthen their own ministries. Some 70 ministry-related 
courses are now available from the Seminary Extension Department of the 
Southern Baptist Convention. In addition to being offered through centers such 
as the one in the West Chowan Association, most of these courses also are 
available for correspondence study. 

Rev. Thomas Caulkins 
Chairman 

Ordination 

The Ordination Committee met on January 17th at the Lasker Baptist Church 
to examine William Miller. The examination of the candidate included: 
his statement of personal conversion and his call to the ministry; 
his knowledge of the Bible and denominational History and practice; 
his doctrinal views on the Bible and the Church; 
his theology of Stewardship and; 

his commitment to Evangelism and Missions as well as his personal 
commitment to the Lordship of Christ. 
The candidate, having answered all questions satisfactorily and exhibiting a 
commitment to the Christian ministry, was recommended to the Lasker Baptist 
Church for Ordination. 

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The Ordination Committee met on May 10th at the Galatia Baptist Church to 
examine William Nale. The examination of the candidate included: 

his statement of personal conversion and his call to the ministry; 
his knowledge of the Bible and denominational History and practice; 
his doctrinal views on the Bible and the Church; 
his theology of Stewardship and; 

his commitment to Evangelism and Missions as well as his personal 
commitment to the Lordship of Christ. 
The candidate, having answered all questions satisfactorily and exhibiting a 
commitment to the Christian ministry, was recommended to the Galatia Baptist 
Church for Ordination. 

Faithfully submitted. 
Rev. Robert Rogers, Chairman 
Rev. Jim Harris 
Rev. John Spencer 

Committee on Nominations 

The following people have agreed to serve in the positions stated: 

R.A. Director - Rev. Jimmy Ward, pastor of Brantley's Grove Baptist 
Director - Church 

Youth Director - Rev. John McGinnis, youth director of Cashie Baptist 
Church 

Parliamentarian - Mr. Russell Johnson, lawyer in Conway and is a member 

of Conway Baptist Church 
Moderator - Mrs. Corene Harris, member of the Galatia Baptist Church 

Rev. Kenneth Bunch, Chairman 
Mrs. Lillian Norvelle 
Rev. Windell Patterson 
Mr. William Charles 
Mrs. Leslie Long 
Mrs. Rhodes Pratt 

Stewardship Development Committee 

A Retirement Planning/Stewardship Conference and Dinner was held on 
June 4, 1987, at the First Baptist Church in Ahoskie. It was well attended by a 
good number of laymen and pastors. Talmage Williams from the Stewardship 
Division of the Baptist State Convention challenged our people on the subject of 
"Money Management." Larry McClure, our area missionary, explained the New 
Expanded Annuity Plan and urged the churches to consider entering their staff 
persons before January 1, 1988. 

The committee also met and prepared the budget for the new church year 
1987-88. It has already been approved by the Associational Council and the 
Executive Promotion Committee. The new budget reflects about a 7% increase 
over last year. Utilities, insurance and upkeep on associational owned property 
accounts for a great part of it. 



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All churches are asked to increase their giving to Associational Missions. Our 
Lord left us the responsibility of beginning at home and reaching out to the 
uttermost part of the earth. 

Pray that we will do what God has commanded us to do in the new church year. 

Mr. Robert B. Spivey, Chairman 
Stewardship Development Committee 



Missions Development 

The Associational Missions Committee is no more. Our new name is Missions 
Development Committee. As you look at the tasks of this committee, you will see 
why the name has been changed. It is the task of this committee to work with 
individual churches as mission needs are identified as well as identify associa- 
tional mission needs. I hope that each church will elect a Missions Outreach 
Director so we can be aware of the mission needs throughout the Association. 



TASKS OF 
MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT 



Task No. 1: Identify missions needs, opportunities and 
resources (systematically gather, analyze and 
distribute information). 

Task No. 2: Develop strategies to respond to unmet 

missions needs (those not being addressed 
by other church programs). 

Task No. 3: Establish new churches (an ongoing group 
of believers). 

Task No. 4: Support the establishing and strengthening 
of WMU and Brotherhood organizations. 



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CHARACTERISTICS OF 
COMPETENT MISSIONS 
DEVELOPMENT LEADERS 



Missionary vision — contagious missions zeal 
Concern for people 

Ability to gather facts and analyze data about 
needs 

community Ability to work with people — relate 
well to others 

Leadership skills — ability to make decisions, 
stimulate people to action, and build a supportive 
atmosphere. 

Rev. James Hester, Chairman 
Missions Development Committee 

Evangelism 

Since being asked to serve as Evangelism Committee Chairman, much thought 
and considerable effort has been put forth in preparation for events being 
planned for the next few years in the area of evangelism. Last spring, my wife and 
I attended the Spiritual Preparation Retreat at Caraway. In May, I was among 
the group that attended the Key Leadership Conference at Ridgecrest, and 
subsequently, participated in our Associational Key Leadership Conference at 
Creech Memorial Church. A few weeks ago, a meeting of the Association Evange- 
lism Committee was called for the purpose of planning a course of action for the 
next few years. I was involved in the planning of our associational calendar for 
1987-88. In September, James Buchanan and I attended a Lay Evangelism 
Teacher Certification School at Ridgecrest. It is my hope that plans laid can be 
implemented to further strengthen the work of evangelism in our association. 

Plans for 1988 include a number of events. An Evangelism Rally is being 
planned for February 20, 1988. More details will be forthcoming. An Associa- 
tional Spiritual Preparation Retreat is being planned for April 15-16, 1988. Too, 
following up on the Lay Evangelism Teacher Certification Workshop, we hope 
to schedule a Lay Evangelism School sometime within the 1988 calendar year. All 
of this is being geared toward The Year of the Laity, 1988-89. 

In addition to our associational schedule, there are numerous events being 
planned by the State Evangelism Department. The Evangelism Conference, 
Greensboro, February 8-9, 1988; the North Carolina Evangelism Workshop at 
Caswell, May 6-7, 1988 (for pastors and laity); and many training opportunities 
which you will find in the Associational Calendar, provide many opportunities 
for strengthening the work of evangelism in our churches and association. If you 
do not receive a calendar, your pastor and some other staff members or officers 
will be able to help you. 

On the local church level, most of our churches have conducted at least one 
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the digest of church letters and/ or the fuller report of each church as recorded in 
the associational minutes. We commend those churches as recored in the associa- 
tional minutes. We commend those churches which have conducted the most 
extensive programs in the area of evangelism, and have reached the most people 
for Jesus Christ and His Kingdom. 

Just a word about 1990. The next simultaneous revival is being planned for 
1990. Pastors and churches are being asked to begin plans as soon as possible. The 
dates for our area are March 18-25, and the theme will be, "Here's Hope: Jesus 
Cares for You." Those who begin right away will be the most likely to secure the 
evangelists and musicians they desire. 

If I can be of help to you, or if any member of the Evangelism Committee can 
be of help, we will do what we can to help. 

Evangelism Committee Chairman 
Windell R. Patterson 



Building Committee Report 

The West Chowan Association Office Building is about 85% complete. For the 
building to be completed and ready for use the following work must be done: 

1. Cabinets built in work room 

2. Cabinets/bookshelf built in Director of Missions office 

3. Cabinets/desk combination built in Secretary's office 

4. Vanities built and lavatories installed in both bathrooms 

5. Cabinets built in the kitchen 

6. Installation of 3 in 1 kitchen unit (or built in) 

7. Mini blinds installed on windows 

8. Carpet installed throughout the building — 

9. Glass cabinet case built in the WMU Room (Historical Room) 

10. Lights installed under the carport 

11. Bulletin board built 

12. Flood lights to shine on building at night 

13. \ ard landscaped and shrubs planted 

14. Audio-visual projection screen installed in ceiling in conference room 

15. Gas lines to heating unit 

16. Many odds and ends to be taken care of; nail holes to be filled, door closers 
installed, walls retouched with paint, ends of chair rails stained and 
varnished and etc. 

There is still much work to be done before the building is completed and 
ready for use. 

Respectfully submitted. 
Building Committee 
Rev. Lemar ^ heeler 
Mrs. Grace Mitchell 
Mr. Charles Edwards 
Mr. Bob Spivey 



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Resolutions 



The West Chowan Baptist Association in its 104th session, held at the Galatia 
and Askewville Baptist Churches, on October 20 and 21, 1987 propose the 
following resolutions: 

1. Be it resolved that we express our appreciation to these churches and the 
co-host churches, Margarettsville Baptist and Republican Baptist for 
their warm hospitality, facilities and special meals. 

2. Our thanks to individuals and groups who led our sessions with inspiring 
music. 

3. Our thanks to Rev. Hugh Mizelle, pastor of Elam Baptist Church and Rev. 
James Ward who delivered our annual sermon. 

4. Our thanks to the representatives of our N.C. Baptist schools and insti- 
tutions who spoke concerning these ministries. 

5. Be it resolved that we express our appreciation to Brother Nathan Cope- 
land our moderator for the past two years and for conducting this 104th 
annual session in good order. 

6. Our thanks also to Mrs. JoAnn Mizelle for the fine work done on our 
book of reports this year. 

7. Be it further resolved that we express our deepest sympathy to Rev. 
Lonnie Armstrong, our Director of Missions in the loss of his sister, Mrs. 
Ruby Davis, and to the other families of those in our Association who 
have loved ones who have entered God's greater presence in the past year. 

John W. Spencer, Chairman 
Shelby Stephens 
David Brinkley 



AHOSKIE, FIRST 
Mrs. Henry Joyner 
Mrs. C. D. Wiggins, Jr. 
Mrs. Wm. Springfield 
Mrs. Lena Jernigan 
Mrs. Emily Miller 
Mrs. OUie Brown 
Mrs. Ella Morris 
Mrs. Dorothy WiUiford 

ASHLEY'S GROVE 
Thomas Colston 
Bertha Bolston 
Retha Vann 
Doris Askew 

ASKEWVILLE 

Mrs. Christine Cobb 
Mrs. Freddie Harris 
Mrs. Sarah Lee Mizelle 
Truett White 
Mrs. JoAnn Mizelle 



Messengers 

BETHANY 

Rev. Michael Redus 
Mrs. Everett Miller 

BETHEL 

Fenton Mayle 
Reba Mayle 

BETHLEHEM 

Mrs. W. S. Bazemore 
Mrs. Hilda Tinkham 

BRANTLEY'S GROVE 
E. M. Vann 
Ernestine Vann 

BUCKHORN 

Mrs. R. G. Whitley 
Mrs. William Lawrence 
William Lawrence 
Mrs. Ray Craig 
Mrs. Virginia Cobb 
Mrs. Hannah Picot 
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CAPEHARTS 

Mrs. Rubelle Jones 
Mrs. Eloise Carter 
Mrs. Raycene Baker 
H. G. Evans 
Myles Baker 

CASHIE 

Mrs. Jack Bvrd 

Mrs. Revah Rhodes 

Mrs. Virginia Hardison 

Mrs. J. N. Pierce 

J. N. Pierce 

Mrs. Julian Phelps 

Julian Phelps 

CENTER GROVE 

Mrs. Margaret Brinkley 
Mrs. Gladys Davis 
Mrs. Elva Harris 



CHRISTIAN HARBOR 
Ms. Lillian Norvelle 
Mrs. Maggie Lowe 
Jodie Blythe 

COLERAIN 

Mrs. Odell Mitchell 
Mrs. Linwood Mitchell 
Mrs. A. C. HoUoman 
Mrs. Jim Edwards 

CONNARITSA 

Rev. Bruce Brown 
Mrs. Hazel Francis 
Mrs. Adelaide Jenkins 
Miss Lula Chamblee 

CONWAY 

Mrs. Henry Vick 
James Martin 
Mrs. Leroy Taylor 
Mrs. C. J. Watson 
R. H. Johnson, Jr. 
Mrs. Lee Brittle 
Lee Brittle 

CREECH MEMORIAL 
Stanley Horton 
Mrs. Stanley Jorton 
Mrs. Velma Mitchell 
Lonnie Skinner 
Mrs. Lonnie Skinner 

CREEKSVILLE 

Mrs. Leroy Barrett 
Mrs. Grady Bridgers 
Mrs. Earl Lassiter 

EARLEYS 

Mrs. L. W. Myers 
L. P. Britton 
Mrs. L. P. Britton 

ELAM 

Carlton Howell 
Mrs. Mattie Harris 
Mrs. Margaret Kee 

ELM GROVE 

Starkey Jernigan 
Mrs. Mattie Jernigan 
Mrs. Doris J. Mizelle 
Aubrey Mizelle 
Mrs. Mary Jernigan 
Mrs. Helen Brown 



GALATIA 

Mrs. Corene Harris 
Mrs. Pearl Taylor 
Mrs. Hattie B. Rose 
Mrs. Jessie Flythe 
Jessie Flythe 



MARGARETTSVILLE 
Jessie Vick 
Helen Vick 
Mildred Glover 
Leasie Hasty 
Lenora Vaughan 



GREEN'S CROSS 
Rhoda Lawrence 
Mrs. Margaret Mizelle 
Ronnie Mizelle 

HARRELLSVILLE 

Mrs. Lillian Hunnicutt 
Mrs. Dorothy Holloman 
Maurice Sullivan 

HEBRON 

Mrs. Wilma Perry 
Mrs. Dorothy Smith 

HOLLY GROVE 

Ms. Willie B. Bazemore 
Mrs. Cecil Narron 

HOLLY SPRINGS 
Lewter Perry 
Mittie Miller 
Helen Miller 

HORTONS 

Mrs. Dennis Bazemore 
Mrs. Charlie S. Powell 

JACKSON 

Roy F. Lowry 
William Barrow 
Mrs. Joe McLean 

KELFORD 

Mrs. Julia Johnson 
Mrs. Hilda Davidson 

LASKER 

Glaston Martin 
Wilson Askew 
Johnny Hawks 

LAWRENCE 
Mrs. Jane Cobb 
Mrs. Ruby White 
James White 

LEWISTON 

Douglas E. Murray 
Evelyn Parker 
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MARS HILL 

Mrs. Margaret Davidson 
Mrs. Barbara Sue 

Davidson 
Mrs. Annette Aldridge 
Mrs. Johnny Lou 

Northcott 

MEHERRIN 

Mrs. Myrtle Brown 
Lenard Whitson 
W. J. Parker 
Mrs. Laura Parker 
Mrs. Helen Vinson 
Mrs. Erlene Davis 
Mrs. Doris Riggs 
Mrs. Edith Parker 
Clifton Evans 

MENOLA 

Rev. Herman Hicks 
Mrs. Ernestine 

Northcott 
Gilbert Northcott 
Mrs. Elizabeth Britton 
Mrs. Ruby Peede 

MERRY HILL 

Rev. Phillip Knott 
Owen Barfield 

MT. CARMEL 

Mrs. Judith Barnes 
Mrs. Rosa Long 
Mrs. Doris Long 

MT. TABOR 

Mrs. Clara Tinkham 
Jerome Tinkham 
Mrs. Elizabeth Dixon 
Mrs. Glenn Benthall 
Claud King 
Mrs. Bates King 



MURFREESBORO 
Thomas Caulkins 
Miss Anna Belle Crouch 
Ms. Bela Udvarnoki 
Ms. Ruby Udvarnoki 
Hargas Taylor 

OAK GROVE 

Ms. Leona Rogerson 
Ms. Helen Rawls 

PLEASANT GROVE 
Ms. Margaret Dunning 
Ms. Jean Rawls 
Rev. Bill McEntire 

POWELLSVILLE 

Dr. Douglas Holland 
Mrs. Janet Holland 
Mrs. Bessie Hudson 

REPUBLICAN 
Elbert Moore 
Mrs. Lydia White 
Mrs. Elbert Moore 
Mrs. Millie Stocks 

RICH SQUARE 

Mrs. Elizabeth Boyce 
William Futrell 
Mrs. Mildred Parker 

RIVERSIDE 

Mrs. Rhodes Pratt 
James Buchanan 



ROBERT'S CHAPEL 
Rev. Windell Patterson 
Rev. Randolph Phillips 
Mrs. Florence Askew 
Mrs. Hazel Barnes 
Mrs. Edith Patterson 

ROSS 

Mrs. Sue Todd 
Mrs. Hazel Jernigan 
Mrs. Corinne Miller 
Mrs. Elizabeth Bunch 

SANDY RUN 

Rev. Charles L. Smith 
Mrs. Linda Smith 
Mrs. Lucy Hall 
Mrs. Cleo Minton 

SEABOARD 

Mrs. Roy Woodard 
Mrs. Rommy Briscoe 
Mrs. Elizabeth Maddrey 

SEVERN 

Mrs. Maude Eure 
Carroll Eure 
Mrs. Gail Ferguson 
Mrs. Delia Randolph 

SILOAM 

Mrs. Susan Baughn 
Mrs. Elsie Mobley 
Arthur Leggett 
Mrs. Josephine Leggett 



ST. JOHN 

Mrs. Virginia Harris 
Mrs. Antionette Blowe 
Mrs. Sallie Mae Britton 
Mrs. Bessie Burkett 
Mrs. Clara Shores 

UNION 

Mrs. Jackie Brinkley 
Mrs. Ruth Miller 
Mrs. Edith Dunn 
Mrs. Bettie S. Minton 

WAKELON 

John H. Perry 
Roy Matthews 

WINTON 

Rev. Frank Stansbury 
Mrs. Frank Stansbury 
Harry Ward 
Mrs. Harry Ward 
Herbert Brett 
Mrs. Herbert Brett 
Miss Emma Parker 

WOODLAND 

Mrs. Kathryn Lee 
Mrs. Nancy Timberlake 
Mrs. Hannah Vaughan 
Miss Roberta Outland 
J. H. Liverman 
H. C. Vaughan 
Rev. Lamar Wheeler 
Mrs. Vivian Wheeler 




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Memorials 




AHOSKIE, FIRST 
Mr. Odie Bracy 
Miss Emma Woolen 
Miss Bessye Harrell 
Mrs. Otis Earley 
Mr. William C. Cooper 
Mr. Eugene H. Freeman 
Mrs. Lula Hoggard 
Mr. Walter Pritchard 
Miss lola Woolen 
Mr. Archie W. Myers 
Mrs. Jane Ashfield 
Mr. Walter Blowe 
Mrs. Rufus Mitchell 
Mr. William Silverthorne 
Mrs. M. S. Baker 
Mr. Ben E. Williams 
Mr. M. C. Newbern 
Mrs. Dorothy Ruffin 
Mrs. Ozie Byrd 
Mr. Charles Beddow 

ASHLEY'S GROVE 
Mr. Gilbert S. Sauls 
Mr. J. Guy Revelle 

Deacon 
Mr. Paul Futrell 
Mrs. Cattie Futrell 
(charter member) 
Mrs. Rosa B. Emory 
Mr. Robert Warren 
(charter member) 
Mrs. Lula Mae Brown 
Mr. Chestine E. Futrell 
Mr. Jesse G. Slaughter 

ASKEWVILLE 

Mrs. Mattie Cowan 
Mrs. Helen White 
Mr. Clayton Johnson 
Mr. Willie Harrison 
Mr. Livingston Copeland 
Mr. Ronnie White 
Mr. Obie White 
Mr. David Lewis Mizelle 
Mr. Kader White 

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AULANDER 

Mrs. Catherine Patrick 
Mrs. Mattie Meeks 
Mr. Crockett Conner 
Mrs. Norman Allen 
Mr. Clingy Lassiter, Sr. 
Mrs. Mary C. Lassiter 
Mr. W. G. Burden 

BETHANY 

Mrs. Amanda Evans 

BRANTLEY'S GROVE 
Mr. Carol Overton 

BUCKHORN 

Mr. Pete Cullins 
Mr. Sam Edwards 
Mr. Willis A. Joyner 
Mrs. William A. Joyner 
Mrs. Robert G. Bailey 
Mrs. Joyce B. Sumner 
Mrs. Martha R. Tucker 
Mrs. Nellie B. Larimore 

CAPEHARTS 

Mrs. Mae Perry 

CASHIE 

Mrs. Mary Armstrong 
Mrs. Betty P. Graham 
Mrs. Sadie Cobb 
Mrs. Hattie G. Byrum 
Mrs. Margarette Ferebee 
Mrs. Lula Canada 
Mrs. Christine B. Phelps 
Mrs. Gladys M. Smithwick 
Mrs. Marion Cobb 
Miss Vickie M. Freeman 
Mr. Woodrow Hoggard 

CENTER GROVE 

Mrs. Clara H. Brantley 
Mrs. Bernice M. Dilday 
Mr. Joseph R. Harrell 
Mrs. Elsie E. Bethea 



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CHRISTIAN HARBOR 
Mrs. Hallie Fairless 
Mrs. Rosa Burch 
Mrs. Hazel Bryant 
Mrs. Agness T. Jones 

COLERAIN 

Mr. Leo Wynn, Deacon 
Mrs. Jennie Mae Davis 
Mr. Robert Casper, Sr. 
Mr. William McCoy White 
Mrs. Ida Rose Perry 
Mrs. Belle Lowe 
Mrs. Sophia Johnson 
Mr. Robert O'Berry 
Mrs. Elva Roebuck 

CONNARITSA 

Mrs. Estelle M. Morris 
Mr. Clyde D. Francis 

Deacon 
Mrs. Effie Morris 

CONWAY 

Mrs. Marvin Burgess 
Mr. Godwin Britt, Sr. 
Mrs. Thelma Blythe 
Mr. Norris Deloatch 
Mrs. Mattie Hedspeth 
Mr. J. E. Rawls 
Mrs. Ethel Burgess 

CREECH MEMORIAL 
Mrs. Beulah Ferguson 
Mr. Bruce Harmon 

CREEKSVILLE 
Mrs. Bruce Davis 
Mrs. Chloe B. Futrell 
Mrs. Mable L. Davis 
Mrs. Nellie Martin 
Mr. Corbett C. Bryant 

ELAM 

Mr. William B. Williams 

ELM GROVE 

Mr. Gurney Jernigan 
(Deacon, 1986) 



Mr. Lake Myers 
Mr. Clifton Hoggard 
Mr. Raleigh Mizelle 
Mr. Edgar Jernigan 

GALATIA 

Mrs. Dancey Davis 

Mrs. Annie Joyner 

Mrs. Johnnie Johnson 

Mrs. Ethel Ricks 

Mr. Marvin Davis, Deacon 

Mr. Willie F. Davis 

Mr. Carl Taylor 

GREEN'S CROSS 
Mrs. Alma Conner 
Mrs. Janie Lawrence 
Mr. Richard Mizelle 

HARRELLSVILLE 
Mr. John Wiggins 
Mrs. Nellie Wiggins 

HOLLY GROVE 

Mr. Charlie S. Ruffin 

HORTONS 

Mrs. Mary E. Conner 
Mrs. Pauline Jones 

JACKSON 

Mrs. Ruth G. Gay 
Mrs. Blanche Gay 

KELFORD 

Mr. Hardy Parker 
Mrs. Annie Parker 
Mrs. Mary Vick 

LASKER 

Mr. Leroy Grant 
Mr. Flynn Lassiter 

LAWRENCE 

Mr. W. W. Daniels 

Mrs. Maude Ray 

Mr. William Smithwick 



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LEWISTON 

Ms. Ruby p. Joyner 
Mr. R. G. Joyner 
Ms. Nellie Casper 
Mr. Jack Jones 

MARGARETTSVILLE 
Mr. A. C. Piland, Sr. 

MARS HILL 

Mr. Merle Northcott 
Mrs. Ruth P. Pope 
Mr. Wilson Miller 
Mr. Ralph Brown 
Mr. Elton Newbern 
Mrs. Lethia White 
Mrs. Lillian T. Evans 

MEHERRIN 

Mr. Mandy Harrell 
Mr. Edward Maloney 
Mr. A. D. Liverman 
Mr. Wayne Blow 
Mrs. Reva Parker 
Mr. George Wise 
Mr. Joseph Brittle 

MENOLA 

Miss Elsie Cowan 
Mrs. D. L. Hyman 

MERRY HILL 

Ms. Virginia Hartman 

M T. TABOR 

Mrs. Rodney Jones 

MURFREESBORO 
Mrs. Mary Whitley 
Mr. George E. Gibbs 
Mr. Tommie Byrd 
Mrs. Amanda Cox 
Mrs. Janice Chitty 
Mr. R. K. Warren 

OAK GROVE 

Mrs. Mary Ward Parker 



PLEASANT GROVE 
Mrs. Ester Austin 
Mrs. Amorette Bolton 
Mr. James Joyner 
Miss Jane Parker 
Mr. Lloyd Rawls, Jr. 

POWELLSVILLE 
Mrs. Sue H. Wynns 
Mrs. Mary E. Harrell 
Mr. Rufus L. Harrell 

RICH SQUARE 

Mrs. AUice Elliott 
Mrs. W. C. Conner 

RIVERSIDE 

Mr. J. E. Miller 
Mr. I. T. Mizelle 
Mrs. Thenia CuUipher 

ROBERT'S CHAPEL 
Mr. Johnnie L. Bryant 
Deacon 

ROSS 

Mr. Roy Hoggard 
Mr. Dureal Lawrence 

SANDY RUN 

Mrs. Mary (Bettie) Bracy 
Mr. L. Lebron Morris 

Deacon 
Mrs. Olive A. CuUipher 

SEABOARD 

Mrs. Ben Worrell 

SEVERN 

Mrs. Otis B. Davis 

Mr. Wallace Stephenson 

SILOAM 

Mr. Alvin Anders 
Mrs. Sally Davis 
Mrs. Roxie Burch 
Mr. J. V. Burch 



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ST. JOHN 

Mrs. Opal Baggett 
Mr. Leamon Wynn 
Mrs. Hazel Teaster 
Mrs. Jamie Futrell 
Mr. Elmer Blowe 

UNION 

Mrs. Kate Congleton 
Mrs. Pearl Evans 
Mr. Elton Minton 

WAKELON 

Mrs. Carolyn Perry 



WINTON 

Mr. B. L. Vick, Deacon 
Mr. Phillip Taylor 
Mrs. Elizabeth Gardner 
Mr. Albert Sumner 

WOODLAND 

Mrs. Mary E. (Bessie) 

Parker, (100 years old) 
Mrs. Jessie B. Murriell 

(last charter member) 
Mr. Cecil Smith 
Mrs. Lillian B. Parker 




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Historical Events 

ASHLEY'S GROVE: Purchased a church van and upholstered church pews. 
AULANDER: Celebrated centennial October 1986. 
BUCKHORN: Celebrated 200th Anniversary of US Constitution. 
CAPEHARTS: Covered church with vinyl siding. 
CENTER GROVE: Celebrated 90th anniversary. 

CHRISTIAN HARBOR: Dedicated new parsonage, ordained 2 new deacons and 
painted exterior of church. 

COLERAIN: Installed new handicap ramp, lights for the front of church, lights 
for the inside and outside of the fellowship hall, curtains and carpet for the 
fellowship hall and furnace and air conditioning units in the church. 

CONNARITSA: Church had pictorial directory made. 

CONWAY: Dedicated new addition which contains offices, social hall and 
kitchen. 

CREEKSVILLE: Partitions and lights installed in baptistry dressing rooms; 

paved, painted lines and put sealer on parking; installed blinds at fellowship 

hall; purchased microwave for fellowship hall; parsonage hooked up to 

county water system. 
ELM GROVE: Installed vinyl siding on exterior of church; ordained Ronald 

Mizeile as deacon. 

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GALATIA: Paid off debt on fellowship hall; ordained and called Billy E. Nale as 
pastor. 

LEWISTON FIRST: New piano given in memory of B.B. and Ruby Joyner by 
their daughter and family. The Jim Frisbie's; installed new heat and air 
conditioning; painted and installed new carpet in the parsonage. 

MEHERRIN: Celebrated 258th year. 

MERRY HILL: Repaired and painted church roof; repaired and painted 
parsonage. 

OAK GROVE: Repaired building foundation; painted sanctuary; installed new 
carpet. 

PLEASANT GROVE: Celebration of sesquicentennial - April 15, 1987. 
REPUBLICAN: Top of front window replaced in memory of Deacon Clifton 

Ward; refinished floors. 
ST. JOHN: Paid off church debt; purchased new hymnals 

SANDY RUN: Joined Expanded Church Annuity Plan; purchased new adult 

choir robes; purchased new flags for sanctuary. 
SEABOARD: Mission trip to Topsail Beach, N.C. to help construct new church; 

planning centennial celebration for March 1989. 
WINTON: First church homecoming. 

WOODLAND: Rev. Lamar Wheeler chaired Building Committee for new Asso- 
ciational Office Building. 



The following church clerks had their church letters to the associational clerk 
on or before the deadline of October 5. They are listed alphabetically and not in 
the order in which they were received. 



Early Bird Clerks 



CLERK 



CHURCH 



Mrs. Charlie Godwin . . 
Mrs. Deborah Daniel . . 
Miss Janice Lee Hughes 

Mrs. Jim Edwards 

Mrs. Lee J. Duncan . . . . 

Ms. Kaye W. Lowe 

Mrs. Michael Lassiter . . 



Creech Memorial 

Creeksville 

Earlys 

Elam 

. . . . Harrellsville 
.... Holly Grove 



Brantley's Grove 

Capeharts 

Cashie 



Colerain 
Conway 



Mrs. R. E. Brinkley 

Mr. Thad Harris 

Mr. R. C. Mason, Jr 

Miss Willie B. Bazemore 
Mrs. Charlie S. Powell . . 



Horton's 
Jackson 
Kelford 



Mrs. T. A. Stephenson . 
Mrs. Beatrice Copeland 
Ms. Shirley Vaughan . . . 
Mrs. Myra D. Northcott 
Mrs. Kate Barber 



Margarettsville 

Meherrin 

Menola 

. . . . Mt. Tabor 
. Murfreesboro 
.... Oak Grove 



Mr. C. M. King 



Ms. Pat Edwards 

Mrs. June Barmer- October 2 



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Mrs. Margaret B. Dunning Pleasant Grove 

Mrs. Reddick White, Jr Republican 

Mrs. Elizabeth Bunch Ross 

Mrs. Catherine Walston Sandy Run 

Mr. Clyde Anders Siloam 

Mrs. Valentine C. White Woodland 



1988 



Annual Session Schedule for the 1980's 

Wakelon Baptist Church 



Spring Meeting - Winton Baptist Church 
Fall Meeting: 

First Day - Elam Baptist Church Mt. Carmel Baptist Church 

Second Day - Seaboard Baptist Church Pleasant Grove Baptist Church 

1989 

Spring Meeting - Lasker Baptist Church Ross Baptist Church 

Fall Meeting: 

First Day - Colerain Baptist Church Christian Harbor Baptist Church 
Second Day - Connaritsa Baptist Church Horton's Baptist Church 

1990 

Spring Meeting - Lewiston Baptist Church Bethlehem Baptist Church 

Fall Meeting: 

First Day - Meherrin Baptist Church Holly Springs Baptist Church 

Second Day - Kelford Baptist Church Ahoskie First Baptist Church 




Historical Table 





MEETING 










YEAR 


PLACE 


MODERATOR 


CLERK 


PREACHER 


TEXT 


1951 


Aulander, Buckhorn 


Oscar Creech 


P.T. WorreU 


E.C. Upchurch 


Eph. 6:10-18 


1952 


Conway, Cashie 


Oscar Creech 


P.T. WorreU 


E.S. Morgan 


Exodus 14 


1953 


Seaboard, Chowan 


Oscar Creech 


P.T. WorreU 


Frank Robinson 


Isa. 54:2 




CoU^ 










1954 


Mars HiU, Colerain 


Herbert Jenkins 


Mrs. Jesse F. Colston 


Wayne Scott 


Rom. 6:19-23 


1955 


Rich Square, 


Herbert Jenkins 


P.T. WorreU 


W.P. MUne 


II Cor. 8:7 




Woodland 










1956 


Riverside, 


Merrill Evans 


J.M. Long 


Robert Johns 


Heb. 12:3 




Ahoskie, First 










1957 


Ashley's Grove, 


Merrill Evans 


J.M. Long 


Eugene Johns 


Acts 2 




Murfreesboro 










1958 


Meherrin, Chowan 


C. Gordon Maddrey 


Levi GiUikin, Jr. 


J.M. Long 


Luke 10:1-7 




College, Powellsville 










1959 


Lewiston, Bethany 


C. Gordon Maddrey 


Levi GUlikin, Jr. 


Rowland S. Pruette 


John 17:13-23 


1960 


Conway, Rich Square 


W.T. Charles 


Levi GiUikin, Jr. 


W. Isaac TerreU 


Eph.3:l-13 


1961 


Ahoskie, First, 


W.T. Charles 


Levi GUlikin, Jr. 


E. Earl Haynes 


Gal. 4:1-14 




Aulander 










1962 


Chowan College, 


E. Len Weston 


K.E. Bryant 


John D. Davis 


Matt. 28:19-20 




Cashie 










1963 


Woodland, 


E. Len Weston 


K.E. Bryant 


B.J. Traywick 


Haggai 1 




Center Grove 










1964 


Colerain, Galatia 


Dr. W.R. Parker 


K.E. Bryant 


Lee Roy CampbeU 


Rom. 13:11-14 


1965 


Creeksville, Mars Hill 


J.L. Walter Moose 


K.E. Bryant 


Bennie Pledger 


PhU. 1:21 


1966 


Cashie, Chowan 


Rowland S. Pruette 


K.E. Bryant 


E. Len Weston 


Acts 1:8 




College 










1967 


Murfreesboro, 


Rowland Pruette 


K.E. Bryant 


Gwyn P. Sullivan 


Ps. 96:2 




Askewville 






Ernest Poston 




1968 


Riverside, Meherrin 


C.E. Thomas 


L. Thad Prevatte 


T.M. Jones 


John 20:19 


1969 


Sandy Run, 


C.E. Thomas 


L. Thad Prevatte 


BiUy T. Mabley 


Eph. 4:4 




Rich Square 






George F. Turner 




1970 


Ahoskie, First, Cashie 


Russell Johnson, Jr. 


L. Thad Prevatte 


Tom H. Caulkins 












Herman T. Dilday 




1971 


Conway, Capeharts 


Russell Johnson, Jr. 


Henry W. Stough 


Joe D. McLean 


I Cor. 12:1-6 










Walter Jones 


Eph. 5:1-17 


1972 


Aulander, Lewiston 


Terry J. Jones 


Henry W. Stough 


H.L. Coppedge 


Heb. 9:22 










Walter F. HiU 


Exo. 4:1-5 


1973 


Winton, Connaritsa 


W.L. Downs 


Henry W. Stough 


Vincent Young 


James 1:18-27 










Jack H. Mace 


John 8:30-32 


1974 


Greens Cross, 


Robert B. Spivey 


Mrs. Walter S. Jones 


Joseph Polinski 


Col. 3 




Capeharts 






Harold Rumfelt 




1975 


Colerain, Harrellsville 


Robert B. Spivey 


Ronald Richardson 


Tim Sellers 


Judges 7 










Ronald Richardson 




1976 


Murfreesboro 


Russell Johnson, Jr. 


Ronald Richardson 


Lonnie K. Armstrong 


Matt. 28:19-20 










D.H. McCoUough 




1977 


Galatia, 


Russell Johnson, Jr. 


Mrs. Faye Scott 


Jack Byrd 






Brantley's Grove 






Delbert Burnett 




1978 


Rich Square, 


Bobby Cross 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


Larry Pittman 


Mt. 13:31-33 




Republican 






Gerald Riggs 




1979 


Ross, Mars HiU 


Bobby Cross 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


Hubert Mizelle 


Mk. 4:35 










Kenneth Pittman 




1980 


Pleasant Grove, 


Robbie Parker 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


Robert C. White 






Bethlehem 






Dr. W.D. Morris 




1981 


Severn, Jackson 


Robbie Parker 


Mrs. ilenry Powell 


Lemar Wheeler 


Hosea 7:1-7 










J.N. Baggett 


Nehemiah 1:1-1 


1982 


Creech Memorial, 


Lemar Wheeler 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


Robbie Parker 


Numbers 32:1-7 




Earlys 






James Langford 


Luke 10:25-37 


1983 


Woodland, Cashie 


Lemar Wheeler 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


Jerry Wallace 












Harold White 




1984 


Riverside, Creeksville 


William G. Lawrence 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


James Hester 


2 Cor. 4 










Mark Morris 


Neh. 1:3-5; 


1985 


Siloam, Union 


William G. Lawrence 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


Richard Cooke 


1 Peter 2:9-12 










P. T. Worrell 


John 4:19-30 


1986 


Aulander, 


Nathan Copeland, III 


Mrs. Henry PoweU 


Wayne Simpson 


Matt. 28:16-20 




Ashley's Grove 






Cecil Harkey, Jr. 


Judges 5 


1987 


Galatia, 


Nathan Copeland, 111 


Mr. Floyd Barmer 


Hugh Mizelle 


John 15 




Askewville 




-68- 


James Ward 


Rev. 3:14-22 













The 1987 Annual 
of the 

West Chowan Baptist Association 
is concluded with 
the following statistical tables 
for your further 
information and reference. 

Church Membership 
Sunday School 
Music Ministry 
Woman's Missionary Union 
Brotherhood 

Total Receipts, Expenditures, Stewardship 
Mission Expenditures 
Special Information 
Church Training 



Table A - 
Table B - 
Table D - 
Table E - 
Table F - 
Table G - 
Table H - 
Table I - 
Table C - 



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West Chowan 
North Carolina 

Assoc. SS Director: Rev. Herman 
Hicks, Rt. 1, Box 62-F, Ahoskie, 
NC 27910 

Year Ending 9/30/87 


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ROSS 

SANDY RUN 
SEABOARD 
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UNION 
WAKELON 
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West Chowan 
North Carolina 

Assoc. Music Director: Miss Anna 
Belle Crouch, 41 1 Union St., 
Murfreesboro, NC 27855 

Year Ending 9/30/87 


CHURCHES 


AHUbKlb FIRST 

ASHLEY'S GROVE 

ASKEWVILLE 

AULANDER 

BETHANY 

BETHEL 

BRANTLEY'S GROVE 
aUCKHORN 


CAPEHARTS 
CASHIE 

CENTER GROVE 
CHRISTIAN HARBOR 
COLERAIN 
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CONWAY 

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CREEKSVILLE 

EARLYS 

ELAM 

ELM GROVE 
GALATIA 
GREEN'S CROSS 
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REPUBLICAN 
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ROSS 

SANDY RUN 

SEABOARD 

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SI LOAM 

ST. JOHN'S 

UNION 

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WINTON 

WOODLAND 


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TABLE C CHURCH TRAINING 

West Chowan 
North Carolina 

Assoc. CT Director: Rev. Frank 
Stansbury, P.O. Box 41 5, 
Winton, NC 27986 

Year Ending 9/30/87 


CHURCHES 


ASkEWVILLE 
BETHEL 
.CASHIE 

^ CREECH MEMORIAL 
ELAM 

ELM GROVE 
GALATIA 
GREEN'S CROSS 


MEHERRIN 
MT. TABOR 
SILOAM 
UNION 
WINTON 

TOTALS 

PREVIOUS YEAR TOTALS 





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Maps of the 
West Chowan 
Baptist Association 



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Hertford County 




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HERTFORD COUNTY 

18. Ahoskie 

19. Bethlehem 

20. Brantley's Grove 

21. Buckhorn 

22. Christian Harbor 

23. Creech Memorial 

24. Earlys 

25. Harrellsville 

26. Holly Springs 

27. Hortons 

28. Meherrin 

29. Menola 

30. Mount Tabor 

31. Murfreesboro 

32. Oak Grove 

33. Pleasant Grove 

34. St. John's 

35. Union 

36. Winton 





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Bertie County 




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EDMONDS PRINTING CO. - LAWRENCEViLLfc, 



1988 Annual 




West Chowan Baptist Association Office 
1010 - 1014 Jersey Street 
Ahoskie, North Carolina 27910 



West Chowan 
Baptist Association 
North Carolina 



Minutes of the 
One Hundred Fifth Annual Session 



West Chowan 
Baptist Association 



EU^n^ w/r/z the 

BAPTIST CHURCH 
Tuesday Afternoon & Evening, October 18, 1988 

and the 

SEABOARD BAPTIST CHURCH 
Wednesday Morning & Afternoon, October 19, 1988 



The 1989 Sessions will be held: 

SPRING SESSION: Tuesday, April 25, 1989 
LASKER BAPTIST CHURCH 
Preacher: Rev Tom Caulkins 
Alternate: Rev. Gerald Riggs 

FALL SESSIONS 
Tuesday, October 17, 1989 with the 
COLERAIN BAPTIST CHURCH 




and 



Wednesday, October 18, 1989 
CONNARITSA BAPTIST CHURCH 



Table of Contents 

Associational Directory 1 

1988-89 Associational Council 1 

Ministers/Wives Fellowship 2 

WMU Officers 2 

Committee on Committees 3 

1988-89 Executive Promotion Committee 5 

Miscellaneous Directory: 

Other Ordained Ministers 6 

Pastors 7 

Sunday School Directors 8 

Church Training Directors 10 

Brotherhood Directors 10 

WMU Directors 11 

Chairmen of Deacons 12 

Church Clerks 14 

Treasurers 15 

Music Directors 16 

Organists/Pianists 18 

Media Library Directors 20 

Constitution 21 

Proceedings of the 3rd Annual Spring Session 31 

Resolution Report (Spring) 32 

History of Winton Baptist Church 33 

Pastor: Rev. Stansbury 

Proceedings of the 105th Annual Fall Session 35 

History of Elam Baptist Church 38 

Pastor: Rev. Elmer Joyner 

History of Seaboard Baptist Church 40 

Pastor: Rev. John Spencer 

Chowan College Letter 42 

Reports: 

Director of Missions 43 

Executive Promotion 44 

Financial 44 

Budget 1988-89 49 

Sunday School 50 

Vacation Bible School 51 

Church Training 51 

WMU 51 

Brotherhood 52 

Music 53 

Committee on Nominations 54 

Stewardship Development 54 

Missions Development 55 

Evangelism 55 

Building and Grounds 56 

Resolution Report (Fall) 57 

Messengers 57 

Memorials 61 

Early Bird Clerks 64 

Historical Events 64 

Annual Session Schedule 65 

Historical Table for Fall Session 66 

Historical Table for Spring Session 67 

Statistical Tables 69 

Associational Maps 87 



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Associational Directory 



General Officers 

MODERATOR 

Mrs. Billy Harris (Corene), Rt. 1 Box 193, Pendleton 27867; 585-1147 (H) 

VICE-MODERATOR 
Rev. Joe McLean, P.O. Box 445, Jackson 27845; 534-3541 (H) 

CLERK 

Mr. Floyd Barmer, Rt. 2 Box 351, Colerain 27924; 356-2876 (H); 332-3656 (O) 

TREASURER 

Miss Sally Ann Barber, Rt. 2 Box 22, Ahoskie 27910; 332-2547 (H), 332-3594 (O) 

SUNDAY SCHOOL 
Rev. Herman Hicks, Rt. 1 Box 62-F, Ahoskie 27910; 332-6968 (H), 322-3719 (O) 

MUSIC 

Miss Anna Belle Crouch, 411 Union St., Murfreesboro 27855; 398-3530 (H) 

CHURCH TRAINING 
Rev. Billy Nale, Rt. 1 Box 89, Seaboard 27876; 585-1121 (H); 585-1174 (O) 

BROTHERHOOD 
Rev. Ray Craig, P.O. Box 67, Como 27818; 398-3976 (H) 

WMU 

Mrs. Julia Hughes, P.O. Box 401, Colerain 27924; 356-4217 (H), 332-5921 (O) 

WEST CHOWAN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION OFFICE 

1010 - 1014 Jersey Street, Post Office Box 215 ' 
Ahoskie, North Carolina 27910 
Telephone: (919) 332-3235 

Rev. Lonnie R. Armstrong Director of Missions 

Mrs. Jo- Ann Mizelle Secretary 

1988-89 Associational Council 

Moderator Mrs. Billy Harris (Corene), Rt. 1 Box 193, Pendleton 27867; 

585-1147 (H) 

Vice-Moderator .... Rev. Joe McLean, P.O. Box 445, Jackson 27845; 534-3541 (H) 

Clerk Mr. Floyd Barmer, Rt. 2 Box 351, Colerain 27924; 356-2876 (H), 

332-3656 (O) 

Treasurer Miss Sally Ann Barber, Rt. 2 Box 22, Ahoskie 27910; 332-2547 (H) 

332-3594 (O) 

Sunday School Director Rev. Herman Hicks, Rt. 1 Box 62-F, Ahoskie 27910; 

332-6968 (H), 332-3719 (O) 

Music Director Miss Anna Belle Crouch, 41 1 Union St. , Murfreesboro 27855; 

398-3530 (H) 

Church Training Director Rev. Billy Nale, Rt. 1 Box 89, Seaboard 27876; 

585-1121 (H), 585-1174 (O) 

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Brotherhood Director .... Rev. Ray Craig P.O. Box 67 Corr,o 27818; 398-3976 (H) 
WMU Director . . . .Mrs. JuHa Hughes, P.O. Box401, Colerain 27924, 356-4217 (H) 

Evangelism Director Rev. Windell Patterson, P.O. Box 128, PencUeton 27862; 

Stewardship Director Mr. Robert B. Spivey, 306 Sutton Dr., "^'^^^^^^f^^^^^ 

Missions Development Director Rev. James Hester, P.O.^Box 158- Conway 

Representatives for Bertie, Hertford, and Northampton Counties 

. Mr. Thomas S. Hale, Rt. 1 Box 458, Aulander 27805 
Hertford Mrs. R.G. Whitley (Sadie), Rt. 1 Box 62, Como 27818 
Northampton Mrs. Jennings White, Jr., P.O. Box 147, Conway 27820 

Ministers' Wives Fellowsliip Group 

.. Rev. Windell Patterson (President) 
Mrs. Joe McLean (Betsy) (President) 

This fellowship group meets the first Monday of each month at 10:30 a.m. unless it is 
a holiday or convention time. Membership fee is $3.00 per year. 

W.M.U. Officers 1988-89 

WMU Director . . Ms. Julia O. Hughes, P.O. Box 401 , Colerain 27924; 356-4217 (H) 

WMU Assistant Director . . : Mrs. O-^d Rig^^^^^^^^^^^^ 

secretary/Treasurer Mrs. Jean Dilday, %\^^^X"Ti^9uS\ 

BW Director Mrs. Delmas Pike (Shirley), 305 Union St., ^urfreesboro 27855; 

BYW Director Mrs. Edgar Lowers (Donna), Rt. 1 Box 103, CofieW 27922; 

BYW Assistant D.rector ^rs. Floyd Ta^o« 

Acteens Director Co^Ua Sumner, P.aB^^^^^^^^^^^ 

Acteens Assistant Director Mrs. Phyllis Pa^.., 101 Pecan Dr. Mur^^esbonj 

OA Director Ms. Rita Myers, 400 N. Curtis St. , Ahoskie 27910; 33M^258 (H), 

OA Assistam Director Mrs. Lewis Jennings (Carolyn), ^^J°^J^J°^^'\% 

Mission Friends Director Mrs. Bill N^cEt^tire (Wand^), Rt^l Bo^^ 

Mission Action Director . . . . Mrs. LassU^^^^^^^^^^^ 

Enlistment/Enlargement Director Mrs. R.G. Whitley (S^adie).^Rt. 1 Box 62, 

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Mission Study Director Ms. Beth Ward, P.O. Box 14, Winton 27986; 

358-6551 (H), 358-7855 (W) 

Mission Support Director Mrs. Keith Britton (Wanda), Rt. 1 Box 151-F, 

Woodland 27897; 539-2372 (H) 

Scholarship Chairman Mrs. Clifton Joyner (Patty), 208 S. Second St., 

Murfreesboro 27855; 398-3516 (H), 539-4124 (W) 



Committee on Committees 

COMMITTEE ON PLACE AND PREACHER 

Thomas Ruffin, Jr., (Chm.) Rt. 1 Box 280, Ahoskie 27910 

Bob Rogers P.O. Box 589, Rich Square 27869 

Ruth Miller Rt. 2 Box 68-C, Ahoskie 27910 

COMMITTEE ON RESOLUTIONS 

John Spencer (Chm.) P.O. Box 357, Seaboard 27876 

David Brinkley Rt. 1 Box 92-X, Ahoskie 27910 

Rev. Shelby L. Stephens P.O. Box 126, Colerain 27924 

COMMITTEE ON ORDER OF BUSINESS 

Rev. Joe McLean (Chm.) P.O. Box 445, Jackson 27845 

Rev. Lewis Jennings P.O. Box 8, Potecasi 27867 

Mrs. Evelyn J. Parker 

W.E. Vinson, Jr King St., Winton 27986 

Mrs. Deborah Lane Rt. 1, Murfreesboro 27855 

COMMITTEE ON NOMINATIONS 

Rev. Gerald Riggs (Chm.) 513 Meherrin Ln., Murfreesboro 27855 

J.W. Barkley Box 163, Severn 27877 

Ben Sutton 713 Edgewood Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Mrs. Herbert Jenkins 503 E. Main St., Aulander 27805 

Jack Byrd 101 Gray St., Windsor 27983 

William Lawrence 214 Liberty St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Mrs. Betty Jean Baugham Lasker 27848 

Mrs. Elaine Myers 512 S. Curtis St., Ahoskie 27910 

Mrs. Patsy Bryant Rt. 3 Box 204, Windsor 27983 

COMMITTEE ON TRUSTEES 

Henry Miller (Chm.) RED 1 , Murfreesboro 27855 

Jack Williford Rt. 3, Windsor 28983 

Russell Johnson, Jr P.O. Box 7, Conway 27820 

COMMITTEE ON ORDINATION 

Rev. Luther V. High (Chm.) P.O. Box 502, Severn 27877 

Wint Hale, Jr Rt. 3 Box 81-C, Ahoskie 27910 

Rev. Thomas H. Caulkins 500 Lakeview Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

COMMITTEE ON HISTORY 

Hargus Taylor (Chm.) 1989 

Mrs. Marion Tyler 1990 

Mrs. Edward L. Womble 1992 

Elmer Joyner 1993 

Mrs. Beth White 1991 



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COMMITTEE ON MEMORIALS 

Mrs. William Lawrence (Chm.) 214 Liberty St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Miss Helen Griffin Woodland 27897 

Rev. Daniel Spell Rt. 1 Box 166, Ahoskie 27910 

COMMITTEE ON MEMBERSHIP 

Freddie Harris (Chm.) (1989) Rt. 3 Box 225, Windsor 27893 

Don Clinton (1993) Rt. 1, Colerain 27924 

Roy F. Lowry P.O. Box 502, Jackson 27845 

Wilson Jernigan (1992) Rt. 1 Box 137, Windsor 27983 

Harry Ward (1991). P.O. Box 434, Winton 27986 

COMMITTEE ON CONSTITUTION 

Dr. Franklin B. Lowe (Chm.) 502 Lakeview Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Joseph D. Blythe Harrellsville 27942 

Ben I. Mann Pendleton 27862 

COMMITTEE ON LIBRARIES 

Mrs. Myra Northcott (Chm.) Rt. 2 Box 133, Ahoskie 27910 

Mrs. R.C. Mason P.O. Box 6, Harrellsville 27942 

Mrs. John Vaughan P.O. Box 367, Woodland 27897 

Mrs. James Langford P.O. Box 649, Ahoskie 27910 

COMMITTEE ON SEMINARY EXTENSION 

J. Robert Medlin (Chm.) (1990) P.O. Box 5, Powellsville 27967 

Cameron Currin (1989) Rt. 2 Box 54, Ahoskie 27910 

John S. Virkler (1991) 

COMMITTEE ON STEWARDSHIP DEVELOPMENT 

Robert B. Spivey (Chm.) 306 Sutton Dr., Windsor 27893 

Mrs. Joan Home RFD 1 , Pendleton 27862 

Mrs. R.G. Whitley Rt. 1 Box 62, Como 27818 

Thomas P. Hale Rt. 1 Box 458, Aulander 27805 

John H. Liverman P.O. Box 439, Woodland 27897 

John Melton Jenkins 508 Lakeview Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

James Langford P.O. Box 649, Ahoskie 27910 

COMMITTEE ON MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT 

Rev. James Hester (Chm.) P.O. Box 160, Conway 27820 

Ray Craig (Brotherhood) Box 67, Como 27818 

Mrs. Nelda Lassiter 907 N. Curtis St., Ahoskie 27910 

Mark Morris 502 S. Lloyd St., Ahoskie 27910 

COMMITTEE ON EVANGELISM 

Windell Patterson (Chm.) P.O. Box 128, Pendleton 27862 

Mickey Redus Rt. 2 Box 142-A, Colerain 27924 

Dwight Tinkham Rt . 1 Box 25 1 , Murfreesboro 27855 

John Spencer P.O. Box 357, Seaboard 27876 

Ray Craig P.O. Box 67, Como 27818 

Jackie Brinkley Rt. 2 Box 225-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Timothy Coins P.O. Box 326, Harrellsville 27942 



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BUILDING AND GROUNDS 

Lemar Wheeler (Co-Chm.) P.O. Box 444, Woodland 27897 

Harry Ward (Co-Chm.) P.O. Box 434, Winton 27986 

Corene Harris Rt. 1 Box 193, Pendleton 27862 

Nathan Copeland P.O. Box 237, Windsor 27983 

Mrs. Velma H. Williford Broad St., Aulander 27805 

William Lawrence 214 Liberty St., Murfreesboro 27855 

1988-89 Executive Promotion Committee 

Ahoskie Mrs. William Springfield, 723 W. Church St., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Albert Vann,.Rt. 1 Box 156, Conway 27820 

Askewville David Cobb, Rt. 3 Box 251 -A, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Thomas Hale, Rt. 1 Box 458, Aulander 27805 

Bethany 

Bethel Fenton Mayle, Rt. 1 Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem 

Brantley's Grove Henry Dilday, Rt. 3 Box PL3, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Mrs. R.G. Whitley, Rt. 1 Box 62, Como 27818 

Capeharts H.G. Evans, Rt. 1, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Robert Spivey, 306 Sutton Dr., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove David Brinkley, Jr., Rt. 1 Box92-X, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Malcolm Morris, Rt. 1 Box 85, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Ms. Julia Hughes, P.O. Box 401 , Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa ■ Lindsey Chamblee, Rt. 2 Box 111, Aulander 27805 

Conway Lee Brittle, Rt. 2 Box 1 , Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Emmett Casper, Rt. 1 Box 84-D, Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Earl Lassiter, Rt. 2 Box 314, Conway 27820 

Early's R.E. Brinkley, Rt. 1 Box 20, Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood 

Elam Z.L. Davenport, P.O. Box 85, Gumberry 27838 

Elm Grove Aubrey Mizelle, Rt. 2 Box 282, Colerain 27924 

Galatia ElHott Davis, Rt. 1 Box 59, Seaboard 27876 

Green's Cross George Harden, Rt. 2 Box 242, Windsor 28983 

Harrellsville Anathony Holloway, Rt. 1, Cofield 27922 

Hebron 

Holly Grove Thomas Ruffin, Rt. 1 Box 280, Ahoskie 27910 

Holly Springs 

Horton's J.E. Phelps, P.O. Box 336, Aulander 27805 

Jackson Roy Lowry, P.O. Box 502, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Marion Vick, P.O. Box 128, Kelford 27847 

Lasker 

Lawrence W.G. Sallenger, Rt. 2 Box 524, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston 
Margarettsville 
Mars Hill 

Meherrin A.B. Flanagan, 423 Carolina Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Ernestine Northcott, Rt. 1, Woodland 27897 

Merry Hill Bert Willis, Jr., P.O. Box 145, Merry Hill 27957 



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Mt. Carmel Judith Barnes, Rt. 1 Box 46, Seaboard 27876 

Mt. Tabor CM. King, Rt. 1 Box 368-A, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro Shirley Pike, 305 Union St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove 

Pleasant Grove Jerry Baker, Rt. 1 Box 47-A, Kelford 27847 

Potecasi 

Powellsville Gerald Waters, P.O. Box 146, Powellsville 27967 

Republican Wilson Jernigan, Rt. 1 Box 137, Windsor 27983 

Rich Square 
Riverside 

Robert's Chapel Randolph Phillips, P.O. Box 65, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Ray Kornegay, Rt. 3 Box 406-H, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run 

Seaboard Southgate Britt, Rt. 1 Box 193, Seaboard 27876 

Severn 
Siloam 

St. John's Troy Cox, P.O. Box 657, Aulander 27805 

Union William Charles, Rt. 2 Box 48-C, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon John H. Perry, Rt. 2 Box 392, Colerain 27924 

Winton Woodrow Felton, P.O. Box 66, Winton 27986 

Woodland Miss Roberta Outland, P.O. Box 445, Woodland 27897 




Miscellaneous Directory 

Other Ordained Ministers 

Ahoskie First Rev. Francis Cordrey (PI), Rt. 2 Box 45-A, Ahoskie 27910; 

332-4163 

Creeksville Rev. Nickie Martin (I), P.O. Box 265, Conway 27820; 585-0834 

Rev. Currie Lee Burgess, 306 Wind Chase Apt., Roanoke Rapids 27870; 535-4230 
Murfreesboro . .Dr. Hargus Taylor (CH), 101 Springlake Dr., Murfreesboro 27855; 

398-4762 

Rev. Rowland S. Pruette (R), 108 Dogwood Dr., Murfreesboro 27855; 398-3301 
Rev. B. FrankHn Lowe (SW), 502 Lakeview Dr., Murfreesboro 27855; 398-4288 
Rev. Bela Udvarnoki (R), 609 Woodridge Dr., Murfreesboro 27855; 398-4288 
Dr. Bruce E. Whitaker (SW), 2 Quail Hallow Rd., Murfreesboro 27855; 398-3861 
Rev Philip Royce (SW), Rt. 2, Murfreesboro 27855; 398-3749 
Rev. Clifton Collins (SW), Rt. 1, Murfreesboro 27855; 398-4953 
Rev. Earl Parker (SW), 109 Springlake Dr., Murfreesboro 27855; 398-4881 
Rev. Charles Paul (SW), 625 Woodland Dr., Murfreesboro 27855; 398-4261 
Rev. John Virkler (SW), College St., Murfreesboro 27855; 398-4401 



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PowellsviUe Rev. Daniel M. Spell (PI), Rt. 1 Box 166, Ahoskie 27910; 332-2904 

Robert's Chapel Rev. Randolph PhilHps (R), P.O. Box 65, Pendleton 27862; 

585-1346 

Riverside Rev. Donald Clinton (R), Rt. 1 Box 170, Colerain 27924; 356-4230 

Rev. Arthur Leggett, Rt. 4 Box 888, Windsor 27983; 794-3864 

Minister of Education 

Cashie Rev. John McGinnis, 703 Gathng St., Windsor 27983; 794-2929 

Ministers of Youth 

Ahoskie First WilHam Don Gober, 421 S. Pembroke Ave., Ahoskie 27910; 

332-2264 

Rev. John McGinnis, 703 Gathng St., Windsor 27983; 794-2929 
Pastors 

Ahoskie, First James E. Langford, P.O. Box 663, Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove John Oliver, Rt. 1 Box 99, Conway 27820 

Askewville Freddie Harris, Rt. 3 Box 225, Windsor 27983 

Aulander None 

Bethany Mickey Redus, Rt. 2 Box 142-A, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Dave HoUaday, Rt. 1 Box 90, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem Philhp McCall, Rt. 4 Box 357, Ahoskie 27910 

Brantley's Grove Jimmy Ward, Rt. 3 Box 14-13, Ahoskie 28910 

Buckhorn Ray Craig, P.O. Box 67, Como 27818 

Capeharts Lawrence Jones, Rt. 1 Box 276, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Jack Byrd, 101 W. Gray St., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Herman Hicks, Rt. 1 Box 62-F, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Timothy Coins, P.O. Box 326, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Shelby Stephens, P.O. Box 126, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa Bruce Brown, P.O. Box 160, Aulander 27805 

Conway James Hester, P.O. Box 160, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Mark Morris, 502 Lloyd St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Paul Traywick, Rt. 2 Box 265, Conway 27820 

Earlys W.D. Morris, Rt. 1 Box 120-A, Gates 27937 

Edgewood Dan Graves, Rt. 3 Box 81 Vi, Windsor 27983 

Elam Elmer Joyner, P.O. Box 37, Gumberry 27838 

Elm Grove None 

Galatia Billy Nale, Rt. 1 Box 89, Seaboard 28786 

Green's Cross Kenneth Bunch, Rt. 2 Box 146, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Gus Thomas, P.O. Box 5, Harrellsville 27942 

Hebron None 

Holly Grove Edwin Dacus, 919 Richard St., Ahoskie 27910 

Holly Springs Henry Boschen, P.O. Box 69, Roboxel 27872 

Horton's Bruce Brown, P.O. Box 160, Aulander 27805 

Jackson Joe McLean, P.O. Box 445, Jackson 27845 



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Kelford None 

Lasker None 

Lawrence Robert Hall, 407 Taylor St., Windsor 27983 

Lewiston Douglas Murray, P.O. Box 361, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Margarettsville P.T. Worrell, P.O. Box 336, Seaboard 27876 

Mars Hill George Wilmore, Rt. 1 Box 334, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Gerald Riggs, 513 Meherrin Ln., Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Herman Hicks, Rt. 1 Box 62-F, Ahoskie 27910 

Merry Hill Phillip Knott, P.O. Box 68, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Carmel P.T. Worrell, P.O. Box 336, Seaboard 27876 

Mt. Tabor Wint Hale, Rt. 3 Box 81-C, Ahoskie 27910 

Oak Grove None 

Murfreesboro Thomas Caulkins, 500 Lakeview Dr., Murfreesboro 

27855 

Pleasant Grove Bill McEntire, Rt. 2 Box 39, Aulander 27805 

Potecasi Lewis Jennings, P.O. Box 8, Potecasi 27867 

Powellsville Robert MedHn, P.O. Box 5, Powellsville 27967 

Republican Harvey Jackson, 202 Belmont St., Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Robert Rogers, P.O. Box 589, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside None 

Robert's Chapel Windell Patterson, P.O. Box 128, Pendleton 28862 

Ross None 

Sandy Run Steve Matchett, P.O. Box 95, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard John Spencer, P.O. Box 357, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Luther High, P.O. Box 502, Severn 27877 

Siloam James Baughn, Rt. 4 Box 730, Windsor 27983 

St. John's None 

Union Cameron Currin, Rt. 2 Box 54, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Francis Cordrey, Rt. 2 Box 45-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Winton None 

Woodland Lemar Wheeler, P.O. Box 444, Woodland 27897 

Sunday School Directors 

Ahoskie First Mr. Vernon Baker, Rt. 1 Box 8-B, Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Mr. Melvin Futrell, Rt. 1 Box 207, Conway 27820 

Askewville Mr. T.J. Jernigan, Rt. 3 Box 228, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Mr. Harold Holloman, P.O. Box 398, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Mr. Dan Perry, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Mr. Fenton Mayle, Rt. 1 Box 96-B, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem Mr. Bobby Bazemore, Rt. 1 , Cofield 27922 

Brantley's Grove Mr. Henry J. Dilday, Rt. 4 Box PL3, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Mr. Quinton Jenkins, P.O. Box 231, Como 27818 

Capeharts Mr. R.E. Perry, Rt. 1 Box 57-H, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Mr. Billy J. Griffin , 1005 Stokes, Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Mr. Robert Brantley, Rt. 1 Box 62-B, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Mr. Graham Pearce, Rt. 1 Box 74, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Mr. Jim Edwards, P.O. Box 94, Colerain 27924 



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Connaritsa Mr. L.B. Chamblee, Rt. 2 Box 111, Aulander 27805 

Conway Mr. Johnny Reynolds, Rt. 1 Box 60, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Mr. Emmett Casper, Rt. 1 Box 84-D, Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Mr. Edward Lanier, Rt. 2 Box 261 , Conway 27820 

Earlys R.E. Brinkley, Rt. 1 Box 20, Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood Mr. Joseph WilHford, Rt. 3 Box 87, Windsor 27983 

Elam Mr. Leon Dickens, Rt. 1 Box 259, Garysburg 27831 

Elm Grove Mr. Fentress Mizelle, Rt. 2 Box , Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mr. W.N. Taylor, Rt. 1 Box 58-A, Seaboard 27876 

Green's Cross Ms. Katie Thomas, Rt. 3 Box 408, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Mr. Maurice Sullivan, Rt. 1, Harrellsville 27942 

Hebron Mr. Marnch Futrell, Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove Mr. Eugene Simons, P.O. Box 232, Powellsville 27967 

Holly Springs Mr.Curtis Eure, Rt. 1 Box 12-R, Ahoskie 27910 

Horton's Mr. J.E. Phelps, P.O. Box 336, Aulander 27805 

Jackson Mr. WiUiam Spivey, P.O. Box 507, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Mr. Marion Vick, P.O. Box 128, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Mr. Wilson Askew, Lasker 27848 

Lawrence Mr. James White, Rt. 2 Box 571, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston Mr. Dayle J. Vaughan, P.O. Box 235, Lewiston 27849 

Margarettsville Mr. Jesse M. Vick, P.O. Box 42, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Mr. Glenn Davidson, Rt. 1 Box 385, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Mr. Vernon Joyner, Rt. 1 Box 420, Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Mr. David Brinkley, Rt. 1, Woodland 27897 

Merry Hill Mr. Burt WilHs, Jr., P.O. Box 145, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Carmel Mrs. Judith Barnes, Rt. 1 Box 46, Seaboard 27876 

Mt. Tabor Mr. Dan Warren, Rt. 3 Box 77-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Murfreesboro .Mr. Dwaine Greene, Forest Cir., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Mr. John Williams, P.O. Box 265, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Leroy Morris, P.O. Box 344, Aulander 27805 

Potecasi Mr. Stanley Vaughan, P.O. Box 97, Potecasi 27867 

Powellsville Mr. Merrill Waters, P.O. Box 104, Powellsville 27967 

Repubhcan Mr. Edwin Parker, Wayland St., Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Mr. Arthur Lee Horton, P.O. Box 546, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Mr. Darrell Adams, Rt. 1 Box 231, Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel Mrs. Janie Taylor, 423 Holly Hill Rd., Murfreesboro 27855 

Ross Mr. John Hughes, Rt. 3 Box 327-G, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run Mr. Robert F. Davis, P.O. Box 7, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard Mr. Russell L. White, P.O. Box 124, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Mrs. Dalton Edwards, P.O. Box 903, Severn 27877 

Siloam Mr. WilHam Coburn, Rt. 1 Box 350-A, Windsor 27983 

St. John's Mr. Julian Blowe, Rt. 1 Box 190, Aulander 27805 

Union Mr. Jackie Brinkley, Rt. 2Box 225-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Mr. Paul Williams, Rt. 2 Box 386, Colerain 27924 

Winton Mr. Allston Askew, P.O. Box A, Winton 27986 

Woodland Mr. J.H. Liverman, P.O. Box 439, Woodland 27897 



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Church Training Directors 

Askewville Robert Harmon, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Bethel ..Mrs. Reba Mayle, Rt. 1 Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Creech Memorial Ben Hollowell, P.O. Box 41 , Ahoskie 27910 

Elam Mrs. Mehnda Harris, P.O. Box 32, Seaboard 27876 

Elm Grove Ronnie Thompson, Rt. 2 Box 320, Colerain 27924 

Galatia . .Mark Glover, Rt. 1 Box 163, Seaboard 27876 

Green's Cross Mrs. Raleigh Castellow, Rt. 1 Box 145, Windsor 27983 

Meherrin Clinton Evans, Hwy. 11, Box 13, Murfreesboro 27855 

Ross Ray Kornegay, Rt. 3 Box 406-H, Windsor 27983 

Siloam A.L. Leggett, Rt. 4 Box 888, Windsor 27983 

Union William Charles, Rt. 2 Box 48-C, Ahoskie 27910 

Winton Harry Ward, P.O. Box 434, Winton 27986 

Brotherhood Directors 

Ahoskie First Mr. Vernon Baker, Rt. 1 Box 8-B, Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove None 

Askewville Mike Hoggard, Rt. 3 Box 257-C, Windsor 27983 

Aulander None 

pethany Haywood White, Rt. 2 Box 208, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Fenton Mayle, Rt. 1 Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem None 

Brantley's Grove Ezra M. Vann, Rt. 3 Box 39, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn None 

Capeharts None 

Cashie W.E. White, 408 Confederate Ln., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Johnny Overton, Rt. 1 Box 63, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor None 

Colerain Henry Spruill, P.O. Box 275, Aulander 27805 

Conway None 

Creech Memorial Marcus Johnson 204 E. South St. , Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Jesse Hall, Rt. 2 Box 409, Conway 27820 

Earlys None 

Edgewood (RA) Charles Phelps, Jr., P.O. Box 309, Windsor 27983 

Elam Z.L. Davenport, P.O. Box 85, Gumberry 27838 

Elm Grove McCoy Mizelle, Rt. 2 Box 216, Colerain 27924 

Galatia J.R. Hasty, Rt. 1 Box 53-C, Seaboard 27876 

Green's Cross Reginald Asbell, Rt. 2 Box 188, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville None 

Hebron None 

Holly Grove None 

Holly Springs Curtis Eure, Rt. 1 Box 10-R, Ahoskie 27910 

Horton's None 

Jackson None 

Kelford None 

Lasker No Report 

Lawrence None 

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Lewiston First B.B. Williford, P.O. Box 100, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 



Margarettsville . None 

Mars Hill None 

Meherrin Robert James, 506 Meherrin Ln., Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola None 

Merry Hill None 

Mt. Carmel None 

Mt. Tabor F.E. Holloman, Rt. 1 Box 288, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro None 

Oak Grove None 

Pleasant Grove Rufus Baugham, P.O. Box 502, Aulander 27805 

Potecasi Donnie Rogers, P.O. Box 133, Woodland 27898 

Powellsville None 

Republican None 

Rich Square H.M. Tyler, P.O. Box 646, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside None 

Robert's Chapel Joe A. Home, Rt. 1 Box 91 , Pendleton 27862 

Ross Ray Kornegay, Rt. 3 Box 406-H, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run None 

Seaboard James Griffith, P.O. Box 220, Seaboard 27876 

Severn (RA) Dennis Woodard, P.O. Box 606, Severn 27877 

Siloam A.L. Leggett, Rt. 4 Box 888, Windsor 27983 

St. John's Eddie Newsome, Rt. 1 Box 118, Ahoskie 27910 

Union David Edwards, Rt. 2 Box 58, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon None 

Winton W.W. Felton, P.O. Box 66, Winton 27986 

Woodland A.L. Morris, P.O. Box 158, Woodland 27897 

WMU Directors 

Ahoskie First Sue Copeland, 915 W. Stokes St., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Vera Futrell, Rt. 1 Box 206, Conway 27820 

Askewville Martha Lou White, Rt. 3 Box 269, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Cleo Tinkham, P.O. Box 171, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Mary Miller, Rt. 2 Box 170, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Mrs. Fenton Mayle, Rt. 1 Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem Judy Robertson, Rt. 3, Ahoskie 27910 

Brantley's Grove Mrs. Kenneth Hall, Rt. 4 Box 360-C, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Sadie Whitley, Rt. 1 Box 62, Como 27818 

Capeharts Ruth Evans, Rt. 1, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Virginia Hardison, 106 E. Pitt St., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove None 

Christian Harbor Maggie Pearl Lowe, Rt. 1 Box 42, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Mrs. Jim Edwards, P.O. Box 94, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa Miss Lula Chamblee, Rt. 2 Box 113-A, Aulander 27805 

Conway Pam Cox, P.O. Box 248, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Nan Johnson, 204 E. South St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Mrs. Earl Lassiter, Rt. 2 Box 314, Conway 27820 



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Earlys Mrs. L.W. Myers, 512 S. Curtis St., Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood Lucille Dunlow, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Elam Mrs. C.B. Painter, Rt. 1 Box 269, Garysburg 27831 

Elm Grove Nancy Mizelle, Rt. 2 Box 283, Colerain 27924 

Galatia. Mrs. Henry Britton, Rt. 1 Box 174, Pendleton 27862 

Green's Cross Mary Jane Asbell, Rt. 2 Box 188, Windsor 28983 

Harrellsville Joan Davidson, P.O. Box 325, Harrellsville 27942 

Hebron None 

Holly Grove Mildred Narron, Rt. 1 Box 244-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Holly Springs Evelyn Hull, P.O. Box X, Winton 27986 

Horton's None 

Jackson Mrs. William Barrow, Rt. 1 Box 447, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Julia Johnston, P.O. Box 27, Keiford 27847 

Lasker No Report 

Lawrence Linda Harden, Rt. 2 Box 553, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston First . .Evelyn Parker, P.O Box 157, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Margarettsville Mildred Glover, Rt. 1 Box 130, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Vicki Davidson, Rt. 1 Box 385, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Mildred Wrenn, 105 Pecan Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Ernestine Northcott, Rt. 1 , Woodland 27897 

Merry Hill Virginia Barfield, P.O. Box 1 16, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Carmel None 

Mt. Tabor Ann Holloman, Rt. 1 Box 288, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro Shirley Pike, 305 Union St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Mrs. Macy Miller, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove . Mrs. Donald Jernigan, Rt. 1 Box 41, Woodland 27897 

Potecasi Louise Cooke, Rt. 1 Box 88-C, Woodland 27897 

Powellsville Catherine Watkins, P.O. Box 85, Powellsville 27967 

Repubhcan Mrs. Wilson Jernigan, Rt. 1 Box 137, Windsor 27983 

Rich Square None 

Riverside Bonnie Simons, Rt. 1 Box 321 , Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel Lois Edwards, P.O. Box 55, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Lee Ann Hoggard, Rt. 3 Box 325, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run PauHne Johnson, P.O. Box 67, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard Mrs. Calvin Maddrey, P.O. Box 212, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Mrs. J.O. Taylor, P.O. Box 186, Severn 27877 

Siloam Peggy Anders, 1553 S. King St., Windsor 27983 

St. John's Josephine Askew, Rt. 2 Box 106, Ahoskie 27910 

Union Ruth Miller, Rt. 2 Box 68-C, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon None 

Winton Mrs. Ronald Coburn, P.O. Box 482, Winton 27986 

Woodland Nancy S. Timberlake, P.O. Box 280, Woodland 27897 

Chairmen of Deacons 

Ahoskie First Oliver G. Fleming, 501 Lakeview Dr., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Luther Vann, 102 Dogwood Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Askewville David Cobb, Rt. 3 Box 251-A, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Glenn Askew, Rt. 1 Box 2, Aulander 27805 



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Bethany Everett Miller, Rt. 2 Box 170, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Fenton Mayle, Rt. 1 Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem John Moore, Rt. 4, Ahoskie 27910 

Brantley's Grove Randy Stroud, Rt. 2 Box 566, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Earl D. Cuthbertson, Rt. 1 Box 168, Como 27818 

Capeharts Charles Evans, Rt. 1 Box 264-A, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Robert B. Spivey, 306 Sutton Dr., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove David Brinkley, Jr., Rt. 1 Box92-X, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Billy Holloman, Rt. 1 Box 32, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain John Crump, P.O. Box 204, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa Howard Minton, P.O. Box 65, Aulander 27805 

Conway James Martin, P.O. Box 35, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Emmett Casper, Rt. 1 Box 84-D, Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Stanley Vaughan, P.O. Box 271, Jackson 27845 

Earlys L.W. Myers, 512 S. Curtis St., Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood Charles Phelps, Jr., P.O. Box 309, Windsor 27983 

Elam Leon Dickens, Rt. 1 Box 259, Garysburg 27831 

Elm Grove Ronnie Thompson, Rt. 2 Box 320, Colerain 27924 

Galatia W.T. Rose, Rt. 1 Box 31, Seaboard 27876 

Green's Cross George Harden, Rt. 2 Box 242, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Jimmy Cotton, Rt. 1 Box 1 1 1-A, Cofield 27922 

Hebron Marnch Futrell, Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove Carol Francis, Rt. 1 Box 310-B, Aulander 27805 

Holly Springs Jimmy Hoggard, Rt. 1 , Cofield 27922 

Horton's Joe E. Phelps, P.O. Box 336, Aulander 27805 

Jackson W.J. Little, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 183, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Juha Cahoon, P.O. Box 64, Kelford 27847 

Lasker No Report 

Lawrence W.G. Sallenger, Rt. 2 Box 524, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston First J.B. Stewart, P.O. Box 83, Lewiston-Woodville, 27849 

Margarettsville Jesse M. Vick, P.O. Box 42, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Akon Robertson, Rt. 1, Colerain 28924 

Meherrin Cecil Liverman, 315 High St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola William Burkett, P.O. Box 153, Woodland 27897 

Merry Hill Britt Smithwick, Rt. 2 Box 409, Windsor 27983 

Mt. Carmel Rupert Hasty, 403 N. Jefferson St., Jackson 27845 

Mt. Tabor F.E. Holloman, Rt. 1 Box 288, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro . . . .Charles L. Revelle, Jr., 503 Woodridge Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove D.R. Miller, Rt. 1 Box 286, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Jerry Baker, Rt. 1 Box47-A, Kelford 27847 

Potecasi , Asil Hoke, Rt. 1 , Woodland 27897 

Powellsville Walter Petty, Rt. 1 Box 205, Colerain 27924 

Republican Wilson Jernigan, Rt. 1 Box 137, Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Billy Ivey, P.O. Box 226, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Woody Copeland, Rt. 1 Box 115, Merry Hill 28957 

Robert's Chapel Joe A. Home, Rt. 1 Box 91 , Pendleton 27862 

Ross Ray Kornegay, Rt. 3 Box 406-H, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run . Bennie J. Reynolds, P.O. Box 174, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard J.W. Joyner, P.O. Box 94, Seaboard 27876 



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Severn Frank Ferguson, P.O. Box 151, Severn 27877 

Siloam Arthur Leggett, Rt. 4 Box 888, Windsor 27983 

St. John's Eddie Newsome, Rt. 1 Box 118, Aulander 27805 

Union Richard Murray, Rt. 2 Box 57-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Bobby Belch, Rt. 2 Box 65, Colerain 28924 

Winton R.A. Newsome, Jr., P.O. Box 190, Cofield 27922 

Woodland Leslie White, P.O. Box 107, Woodland 27897 

Church Clerks 

Ahoskie First Mrs. CD. Wiggins, 318 Ruth Ave., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Ms. Faye L. Vinson, Rt. 1 Box 127, Conway 27820 

Askewville Mr. Dancy G. White, Rt. 3 Box 192, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Mr. T.H. Griffith, P.O. Box 81, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Mrs. Carolyn W. Lawrence, Rt. 2 Box 194, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Mr. Fenton Mayle, Rt. 1 Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem Mrs. Judy Perry, Rt. 1 Box 940, Cofield 27922 

Brantley's Grove Mrs. Charlie Godwin, Rt. 3 Box 12-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Mr. William Lawrence, 214 Liberty St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Capeharts Mrs. Deborah Daniel, Rt. 3 Box 366, Windsor 27983 

Cashie Mr. Ulrich Mizelle, 304 Winston Ln., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Mr. Otis Payne, 421 S. Rhue St., Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Mrs. Jean White, Rt. 1 Box 23-X, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Mrs. Jim Edwards, P.O. Box 94, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa Mrs. Hazel Francis, Rt. 2 Box 1 14, Aulander 27805 

Conway Mrs. Lee J. Duncan, P.O. Box 204, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Ms. Kaye W. Lowe, 925 West St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Mrs. Michael Lassiter, Rt. 2 Box 348, Conway 27820 

Earlys Mrs. R.E. Brinkley, Rt. 1 Box 20, Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood Mr. Joseph White, 120- A Pembroke Cir., Plymouth 27962 

Elam Mr. Thad Harris, P.O. Box 32, Seaboard 27876 

Elm Grove Mr. Floyd Barmer, Rt. 2 Box 351, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mrs. Henry Britton, Rt. 1 Box 174, Pendleton 27862 

Green's Cross Mrs. George Harden, Rt. 2 Box 242, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Mr. Jimmy Cotton, Rt. 1 Box lU-A, Cofield 27922 

Hebron Mrs. Simone Miles, P.O. Box 91 , Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove Ms. Willie Bazemore, Rt. 1 Box 248, Ahoskie 27910 

Holly Springs Ms. Sandra Hollowell, Rt. 1 Box 115, Cofield 27922 

Horton's Mrs. Charlie S. Powell, Rt. 2 Box 45, Aulander 27805 

Jackson Mrs. T. A. Stephenson, P.O. Box 115, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Mrs. Becky Parker, P.O. Box 86, Kelford 27847 

Lasker 

Lawrence Mr. Mike Edwards, Rt. 2 Box 454-E, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston First Mrs. Charles Vaughan, P.O. Box 235, Lewiston-W'ville 27849 

Margarettsville Ms. Shirley Vaughan, P.O. Box 96, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Mrs. Peggy Jones, Rt. 1 Box 105, Colerain 27924 i 

Meherrin Mrs. Myra D. Northcott, Rt. 2 Box 133, Ahoskie 27910 ' 

Menola Mrs. Kate Barber, Rt. 1 Box 246, Woodland 27897 



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Merry Hill Mrs. Jean Cobb, Rt. 1 Box 49-A, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Carmel Mrs. Nancy Stephenson, Rt. 1 Box 20-E, Seaboard 27876 

Mt. Tabor Mr. CM. King, Rt. 1 Box 368-A, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro Mrs. Pat Edwards, 109 Forest Cir., P.O. Box 124, Murfreesboro 

27855 

Oak Grove Mrs. Jane Barmer, P.O. Box 424, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Margaret Dunning, Rt. 1 Box 43, Woodland 27897 

Potecasi Mr. J.T. Babb, Rt. 1 Box 89, Woodland 27897 

Powellsville Mrs. Omar D. Askew, Rt. 1 Box 153, Ahoskie 27910 

Republican Mrs. Reddick White, Jr., 301 Sterlingworth St., Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Mrs. Joe Vick, P.O. Box 173, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Mrs. Elaine Taylor, Rt. 1 , Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel Mr. Steve Mann, P.O. Box 28, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Mrs. Elizabeth Bunch, Rt. 3 Box 336, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run Mrs. Catherine Walston, P.O. Box 38, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard Mrs. Tommy Flythe, Rt. 1 Box 194, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Mrs. Marion Tyler, Rt. 1 Box 30, Margarettsville 27853 

Siloam Mr. Clyde Anders, 1553 S. King St., Windsor 27983 

St. John's Mrs. Ellen Harrell, Rt. 1 Box 175, Aulander 27805 

Union Mrs. Jackie Brinkley, Rt. 2 Box 225-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Mr. Floyd Perry, Rt. 2 Box 396, Colerain 27924 

Winton Ms. Gloria J. Thum, P.O. Box 462, Winton 27986 

Woodland Mrs. Valentine C. White, P.O. Box 107, Woodland 27897 

Treasurer 

Ahoskie First Miss Ann Hill, Rt. 2 Box 22, Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Ms. Sarah Askew, Rt. 2 Box 67, Murfreesboro 27855 

Askewville Mrs. Bennie White, Rt. 3 Box 289-D, Windsor 28983 

Aulander Mr. Tommy P. Hale, P.O. Box 545, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Mr. Everett Miller, Rt. 2 Box 170, Colerain 27924 

Bethel , Mr. Philip Daniel, Rt. 1 Box 81 , Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem Mrs. Helen Bazemore, Rt. 1, Cofield 27922 

Brantley's Grove Miss Viola Dilday, Rt. 2 Box 257, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Mr. Phillip Howell, Rt. 1 Box 104, Como 27818 

Capeharts Mrs. Lois Hughes, 142 Morris CL, Edenton 27932 

Cashie Miss Katherine Gillam, 912 N. King St., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Mr. David Brinkley, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 92-X, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Mrs. Jayne Taylor, P.O. Box 73, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Mrs. Eloise Perry, P.O. Box 5, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa Mr. C.E. Baker, P.O. Box 57, Aulander 27805 

Conway Mrs. Lee J. Duncan, P.O. Box 204, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Mr. Douglas Lowe, 925 W. St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Mrs. Grady Bridgers, Rt. 1 Box 168, Jackson 27845 

Earlys Mr. R.E. Brinkley, Rt. 1 Box 20, Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood Mrs. Sandra Lee, 904 N. King St., Windsor 27983 

Elam Mr. William Stephenson, P.O. Box 12, Seaboard 27876 

Elm Grove Mrs. Louise Jernigan, Rt. 2 Box 336, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mr. Billy Britton, Rt. 1 Box 173, Pendleton 27862 



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Green's Cross Mrs. Margaret Mizelle, 1004 Taylor St., Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Mr. J.W. Mason, Rt. 1 Box 10, Harrellsville 27942 

Hebron Mrs. Walter Miles, P.O. Box 251, Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove Mrs. Eugene Simons, Box 232, Powellsville 27967 

Holly Springs Ms. Betty Lou Eure, Rt. 1 Box 12-R, Ahoskie 27910 

Horton's Mrs. Dennis Bazemore, 804 S. King St., Windsor 27983 

Jackson Mrs. J.R. Duke, P.O. Box 185, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Mrs. Hilda Davidson, Rt. 1 Box 54, Kelford 27847 

Lasker 

Lawrence Mr. Vernon Cobb, Rt. 4 Box 491 , Windsor 27983 

Lewiston First Mr. Ben P. Weaver, P.O. Box 535, Lewiston 27849 

Margarettsville Ms. Lenora Vaughan, Rt. 1 Box 134, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Mrs. Margaret Davidson, Rt. 1 Box 343, Coierain 27924 

Meherrin Mr. Ray Dixon, Rt. 1 Box 361 -B, Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Ms. Sally Ann Barber, Rt. 2 Box 22, Ahoskie 27910 

Merry Hill Mr. Roy Pierce, Rt. 2, Windsor 27983 

Mt. Carmel Mrs. Evelyn Stephenson, Rt. 1, Jackson 27845 

Mt. Tabor ... Mr. F.E. Holloman, Rt. 1 Box 288, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro Ms. Myrna Allen, 633 W'land Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Ms. Jane Barmer, P.O. Box 424, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Jim Liverman, Rt. 1 Box 2, Aulander 27805 

Potecasi Peggy Vaughan, P.O. Box 97, Potecasi 27867 

Powellsville Mrs. Donna Tayloe, Rt. 1 Box 5-X, Ahoskie 27910 

Republican Mr. Reddick White, Jr., 301 Sterlingworth St., Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Mrs. Sara Ivey, P.O. Box 226, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Mrs. Sue Baker, Rt. 1 Box 147-A, Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel Mrs. Joan Home, Rt. 2 Box 91, Pendleton 27862 

Ross . Mr. Basil Hoggard, Rt. 3 Box 3 13- A, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run Mrs. Martha McLawhorn, P.O. Box 66, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard Mrs. Henry Ricks, P.O. Box 281, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Mr. Garland Barnes, P.O. Box 35, Severn 27877 

Siloam Mr. Taylor Jones, Rt. 1 Box 198, Williamston 27892 

St. John's Mrs. Josephine Askew, Rt. 2 Box 106, Ahoskie 27910 

Union Mrs. C.J. Liverman, Rt. 1 Box 249, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Mrs. Agnes Belch, Rt. 2 Box 65, Colerain 27924 

Winton Ms. Gloria J. Thum, P.O. Box 462, Winton 27986 

Woodland Mr. John G. Outland, P.O. Box 445, Woodland 27897 

Music Directors 

Ahoskie First William Don Gober, 421 S. Pembroke Ave., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Trudy Gibson, Rt. 2, Murfreesboro 27855 

Askewville Amy J. Hoggard, Rt. 3 Box 225-C, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Sylvia Vaughan, Rt. 1 Box 234-D, Murfreesboro 27855 

Bethany Wayne Lee, Rt. 2 Box 167, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Linda Meadows, Rt. 1 Box 75-E, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem None 

Brantley's Grove Glenn Brickhouse, Rt. 3 Box 190-B, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Mrs. William G. Lawrence, 214 Liberty St., Murfreesboro 27855 



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Capeharts Ruth Evans, Rt. ] , Mem' Hill 27957 

Cashie Mrs. Joseph W. Spruill, Rt. 1 Box 429, Aulander 27805 

Center Grove Otis Payne, 421 S. Rhue St., Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor E.G. Bhthe, Rt. 1 Box 30, Harrellsvi He 27942 

Colerain Mrs. Don Craft, 516 N. Pembroke Ave., .Ahoskie 27910 

Connaritsa None 

Conway 4. Mrs. Bobby Cox, P.O. Box 248, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Billy Woodard, Rt. 1 Box 8-X, Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Bahnson Br>'ant, P.O. Box 202, Jackson 27845 

Earlys Mrs. L.W. Myers, 512 S. Curtis St., Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood Edith Williford, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Elam Leon Dickens, Rt. 1 Box 259, Garysburg 27831 

Elm Grove Aubrey Mizelle, Rt. 2 Box 282, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mrs. John Glover, Rt. 1 Box 161 , Seaboard 27876 

Green's Cross Wanda Lawrence, 314 Belmont St., Windsor 28983 

Harrellsville Francis Liverman, Rt. 1 Box 100-A, Cofleld 27922 

Hebron None 

Holly Grove Thomas Ruffm, Rt. 1 Box 280, Ahoskie 2*7910 

Holly Springs None 

Horton's None 

Jackson Betsy McLean, P.O. Box 445, Jackson 27845 

Kelford None 

Lasker Wanda Britton, Rt. 1 Box 151-F, Woodland 27897 

Lawrence Jane Cobb, Rt. 4 Box 491 , Windsor 27983 

Lewiston First Robert E. Williford, P.O. Box 100, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Margarettsville Mildred Vaughan, P.O. Box 1, Conway 27820 

Mars Hill Pegg\- Jones, Rt. 1 Box 105, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Robert Mulder, P.O. Box 483, Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Betty Rawles, Rt. 1 , Woodland 27897 

Merr\' Hill Carolyn Smithwick, Rt. 2 Box 409, Windsor 27983 

Mt. Carmel None 

Mt. Tabor Ann Holloman, Rt. 1 Box 288. Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro James Chamblee, SpringJake Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove None 

Pleasant Grove Ricky Pern.-, Rt. 1 Box 272-A, Woodland 27897 

Potecasi Pegg\- Vaughn, P.O. Box 97, Potecasi 2''867 

Powellsville Julia Godwin, Rt. 1 Box 199-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Republican Mrs. Grady Lear>-, Rt. 1 Box 138, Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Becky Joyner, Gumberr\- 27838 

Riverside Veriie Farless, Rt. 2, Colerain 2*7924 

Robert's Chapel Joan Home, Rt. 1 Box 91 , Pendleton 27862 

Ross Joseph R. Hoggard, Rt. 3 Box 328, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run Bennie Reynolds, P.O. Box 174. Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard John Spencer, P.O. Box 357, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Luther High, P.O. Box 502, Severn 27877 

Siloam Thomas Speller, 306 Oak St.. Williamston 27892 

St. John's None 

Union Cameron Currin, Rt. 2 Box 54, .Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon John H. Perr\\ Rt. 2, Colerain 2^924 



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Winton Mrs. Fred Downs, P.O. Box 127, Winton 27986 

Woodland Diane Clark, P.O. Box 1 12, Woodland 27897 

Organists and Pianists 

Ahoskie First Organist - Billy Raynor 

Pianist - Regina R. Gober 

Ashley's Grove Organist - Vera Futrell 

Pianist - Janice Parker 

Askewville Organist - Mary Lou Jernigan 

Pianist - Wanda Davidson 

Aulander Organist - Sylvia Vaughan 

Pianist - Same 

Bethany Organist - Miss Angle Phelps 

Pianist - Mrs. Cleo Lee 

Bethel Organist - Mrs. Linda Meadows 

Pianist - Same 

Bethlehem Pianist - Viola Perry 

Brantley's Grove Organist - Mrs. James C. Ward 

Pianist - Mrs. June H. White 

Buckhorn Organist - Mrs. Howard K. Taylor 

Pianist - Same 

Capeharts Organist - Mrs. Sue Doris White 

Pianist - Mrs. Lovey White 

Cashie Organist - Mrs. John W. Pierce 

Pianist - Miss Laura Harrell 

Center Grove Organist - Mrs. A.S. Godwin 

Pianist - Mrs. Herman Hicks 

Christian Harbor Pianist - Mrs. Kate Griffin 

Colerain Organist - Mrs. Don Craft 

Pianist - Mrs. Jerry Alexander 
Connaritsa Organist - Mrs. Jane Baker 

Pianist - Mrs. Carolyn Fornes 

Conway Organist - Mrs. Bobby Taylor 

Pianist - Mrs. Albert Vann 

Creech Memorial Organist - Nan Johnson 

Pianist - Sonja Woodard 

Creeksville Pianist - Mrs. Judy Sumner 

Earlys Organist - Mrs. Billy Jenkins 

Pianist - Mrs. L.W. Myers 

Edgewood Organist - Mrs. Edith Williford 

Pianist - Diane Dunlow 

Elam Organist - Joey Davis 

Pianist - Mrs. Brenda Dickens 

Elm Grove Organist - Mrs. Connie Mizelle 

Pianist - Mrs. Rita Dawson 

Galatia Organist - Mr. Elliott Davis 

Pianist - Mrs. John Glover 



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Green's Cross Organist - Mrs. Mac Williams 

Pianist - Ms. Wanda Lawrence 

Harrellsville Organist - Mrs. Mary Lou Sullivan 

Pianist - Mrs. Rhonda Cotton 

Holly Grove Organist - Mrs. Thomas Ruffin 

Holly Springs Pianist - Mary Ann Eure 

Horton's Organist - Mrs. Joe W. Phelps 

Pianist - Mrs. Dennis Bazemore 

Jackson Organist - Mrs. Joe D. McLean 

Pianist - Mrs. B.H. Harrell 

Kelford Organist - Mrs. Effie Vick 

Pianist - Miss Tracy Vaughan 

Lawrence Pianist - Mrs. Pam White 

Lewiston First Organist - Ruth P. Willi ford 

Pianist - Diane P. Harrington 

Margarettsville Pianist - Mildred Glover 

Mars Hill Organist - Mrs. Carrie Brown 

Pianist - Mrs. Ruth Davidson 

Meherrin Organist - Mrs. Joyce Miller 

Pianist - Mrs. Bettie Colson 

Menola Organist - Miss Evelyn Jones 

Merry Hill Organist - Mrs. Carolyn Smithwick 

Pianist - Mrs. Virginia Barfield 

Mt. Carmel Pianist - Mrs. Beatice Worrell 

Mt. Tabor Organist - Mrs. Sue Godwin 

Pianist - Same 

Murfreesboro Organist - Libby Tilson 

Oak Gove Pianist - Cindy Howell 

Pleasant Grove Pianist - Mrs. Ricky Perry 

Powellsville Organist - Mrs. Julia C. Godwin 

Pianist - Mrs. Melody W. Futrell 

Republican Pianist - Mrs. Rebecca Lilley 

Rich Square Organist - Becky Joyner 

Pianist - Mr. Winston Hollingsworth 

Riverside Organist - Miss Lynette Finch 

Pianist - Same 

Robert's Chapel Organist - Mrs. Sandra Woodard 

Pianist - Mrs. Phyllis Mann 

Ross Organist - Mrs. Linda Harrell 

Pianist - Mrs. Betsy Kornegay 

Sandy Run Organist - Mr. Bennie J. Reynolds 

Pianist - Mrs. Willie Lou Bishop 

Seaboard Organist - Miss Elizabeth Harris 

Pianist - Mrs. John Spencer 

Severn Organist - Pam Woodard 

Pianist - Mrs. R.P. Watson 

Siloam Pianist - Mrs. Wanda Speller 

St. John's Organist - Mrs. Josephine Askew 

Pianist - Mrs. Myrtie Britton 



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Union Organist - Mrs. Lawrence Sumner 

Pianist - Same 

Wakelon Pianist - Mrs. Rhonda Barber 

Winton Organist - Mrs. R. A. Newsome 

Pianist 

Woodland Organist - Mrs. Diane M. Clark 

Media Library Directors 

(Only churches listed reported Media Library Directors.) 

Ahoskie First Louise Garrett, 421 W. First St., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Vera Futrell, Rt. 1 Box 206, Conway 27820 

Askewville Jenny Terry, Rt. 3 Box 25 1 Vi , Windsor 27983 

Cashie Mrs. Warren Cobb, Rt. 4 Box 494, Windsor 27983 

Christian Harbor Nellie Holloman, Rt. 1 Box 92, Harrellsville 27942 

Conway Jackie Duncan, P.O. Box 204, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Jean Burgess, Rt. 1, Ahoskie 27910 

Green's Cross Allie Mizelle, Rt. 2 Box 169, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Lou Mason, P.O. Box 6, Harrellsville 27942 

Meherrin Erlene Davis, Rt. 1 Box 100, Pendleton 27862 

Merry Hill Beth White, P.O. Box 146, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Tabor Vivian Futrell, Rt. 1 Box 382, Murfreesboro 27855 

Robert's Chapel Doris Lewter, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Ruth Basham, Rt. 3 Box 367, Windsor 27983 

Severn Mrs. Ralph Britt, P. O Box 135, Severn 27877 

Woodland Hannah Vaughan, P.O. Box 367, Woodland 27897 




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Constitution 



NAME 

Article 1. This body shall be known as the West Chowan Baptist Association of 
North Carolina. 

MEMBERSHIP 

Article 2. It shall be composed of messengers elected by the churches connected with 
this body and all ordained ministers who are pastors of said churches, together with the 
officers of this Association, and chairmen of all standing committees. Each church of 
100 members and under shall be entitled to two messengers, and for each additional 100 
members, an additional messenger, provided that no church shall have more than 10 
messengers. 

PURPOSE 

Article 3. The purpose of this Association shall be to inspire, encourage, and enlist its 
membership in a spirit of brotherly love and cooperation, for the promotion of the en- 
tire program of our denomination; to the end that the gospel of our Lord and Saviour 
Jesus Christ might be proclaimed with greater power and effectiveness in our Associa- 
tion, our State and Nation, and unto the uttermost part of the world. 

POWERS AND PREROGATIVES 

Anicle 4. The Association shall have no powers to infringe upon the sovereignty or 
rights of the churches. It is neither an ecclesiastical nor legislative council, nor a court of 
appeal. It may advise the churches and recommend measures of usefulness for their 
adoption, but cannot bind them in any way. There shall be full recognition of the auton- 
omy of the local church and there shall be full recognition of the autonomy of the Asso- 
ciation. However, in view of the combined wisdom, piety and intelligence of the Associ- 
ation, it justly claims the very highest consideration and regard for itself, its objects and 
its recommendations. 

Article 5. Any Baptist church in good standing approving the design, objects and 
principles of this Association, and holding the same doctrine and ordinances, may be 
admitted into fellowship upon two-thirds vote of the messengers. All applications shall 
be referred to the Membership Committee for study. Churches desiring membership 
should give notice by making application one year in advance. 

Article 6. The Association may dissolve its relation with any church that consistently 
refuses to support the design, objects and principles of the West Chowan Baptist Associ- 
ation. Any irregularities which are reported shall be referred to the Membership Com- 
mittee who will report their fmds to the Fall Associational meeting. The relationship 
may be dissolved by a two-thirds vote of the messengers one year after irregularities have 
been brought to the attention of the Association. 

RIGHTS AND DUTIES 

Article 7. Every church will be requested to contribute a percentage of its gifts, or so 
much per resident member for defraying the expenses of the Association and for direc- 
tion of the promotional education and missionary work of the Association. This per- 
centage or amount shall be sent to the Associational Treasurer monthly by each church 
treasurer. 

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Article 8. Every church will send to every annual session of the Association a letter on 
the form adopted by the Association with such additional information as it may deem 
fitting. 

Article 9. Any church wishing to dissolve its relationship with the Association in 
order to transfer to another association may do so with a majority vote at any regular 
Associational meeting. 

ORGANIZATION 

Article 10. The officers of this Association shall be a Moderator, a Vice-Moderator, a 
Clerk, a Treasurer, and Parliamentarian, a Director of Sunday School, a Director of 
Church Training, a Director of Brotherhood, a Director of Woman's Missionary 
Union, a Director of Music, a Director of Missions Development, a Director of Stew- 
ardship Development, and a Director of Evangelism. They shall be elected at the Spring 
Session. The term of all officers shall commence at the conclusion of the Fall Session 
and continue until their successors are elected in the Spring Session and are ready to take 
office at the conclusion of the Fall Session. 

DUTIES 

Article 11. It shall be the duty of the Moderator to open meetings punctually at the 
appointed time; to enforce the rules; to enforce order and to exercise all prerogatives of 
a presiding officer according to Robert's Rules of Order. 

Article 12. It shall be the duty of the Vice-Moderator to perform the duties of the 
Moderator in his absence. 

Article 13. It shall be the duty of the Clerk to attend and keep a full record of the 
meetings of the Association and to compile, edit and distribute to the churches the min- 
utes and data from the church letters in an annual report. He may appoint an assistant 
when necessary. He shall be paid such honorarium and expenses as the Association 
directs. 

Article 14. It shall be the duty of the Treasurer to receive, safeguard and distribute all 
funds of the Association. Disbursements of funds shall be in accordance with the budget 
adopted by the Association. He shall make quarterly reports to the Executive Promo- 
tion Committee and annual reports to the Fall session. He may be paid honorariums 
and expenses as the Association may direct. Non-budget items shall be approved by the 
Stewardship Development Committee. Treasurer shall be under bond. 

Article 15. The Parliamentarian shall assist the presiding officer in conducting the 
business of the Association according to Robert's Rules of Order. 

Article 16. The Director of Sunday School shall promote and supervise the Sunday 
School Program in the Association in cooperation with the Executive Promotion Com- 
mittee and the Director of Missions. 

Article 17. The Director of Church Traming Program shall promote and supervise 
the Church Training Program of the Association in cooperation with the Executive Pro- 
motion Committee and the Director of Missions. 

Article 18. The Director of Brotherhood shall direct and supervise the program of 
Baptist men and boys in the Association in cooperation with the Executive Promotion 
Committee and the Director of Missions. 



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Article 19. The Director of Woman's Missionary Union shall direct and supervise the 
program for the women and girls in cooperation with the Executive Promotion Com- 
mittee and the Director of Missions. 

Article 20. The Director of Music shall promote and supervise the program of music 
in the Association in cooperation with the Executive Promotion Committee and the 
Director of Missions. 

THE EXECUTIVE PROMOTION COMMITTEE 

Article 21. The Executive Promotion Committee of the Association shall be com- 
posed of the following: Moderator, Vice-Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Parliamentari- 
an, Director of Woman's Missionary Union, Director of Missions, Director of Sunday 
School, Director of Church Training Program, Director of Brotherhood, Director of 
Music, Director of Stewardship Development, Director of Missions Development, 
Director of Evangelism, the pastor of each church in the Association, provided the 
pastor is a member of the church he represents, and one lay member elected from each 
church. 

It shall be the duty of the Executive Promotion Committee to transact whatever 
business may require attention of the Association between sessions which actions shall 
be binding on the Association. The Executive Promotion Committee of the Association 
shall function with those duly elected members present and voting. No percentage 
quorum is required for these meetings. The Executive Promotion Committee should 
meet quarterly, and submit a full report of its work to the Association together with rec- 
ommendations for the promotion and extension of the work, including the Associa- 
tional budget. 

The Associational Council of the Executive Promotion Committee will be composed 
of the officers of the Association and one representative elected by the Executive Pro- 
motion Committee from each county in the Association. This council will work in close 
harmony with the Director of Missions in plans and programs. The Associational Coun- 
cil of the Executive Promotion Committee shall function with those duly elected officers 
present and voting at any announced meeting. No percentage quorum is required for 
these meetings. 

In the event that any office, constituted by any article herein, becomes vacant during 
the Associational year, said office may be filled for the interim by appointment of the 
Associational Council. 

Article 22. The Director of Missions, whom the Association may employ, shall be 
under the direction of the Associational Council of the Executive Promotion Commit- 
tee. He shall promote and coordinate the work of the Association through the organiza- 
tions and programs; and carry out the missionary and extension plans of the Associa- 
tional Council. He shall be an ex officio member of all committees in an advisory and 
promotional capacity. 

AMENDMENTS 

Article 23. This Constitution may be altered at the Fall session of the body by a two- 
thirds vote of the messengers present and voting. However, a sixty-day notice of the pro- 
posed change shall be sent to the Chairman of the Associational Council of the Ex- 
ecutive Promotion Committee, and such proposed amendment shall be read on two 
consecutive days before the action on the same. 



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COMMITTEES AND THEIR DUTIES 

Article 24. The committees of the Association shall be divided into two categories. 
Section A. Committees to be appointed by the Moderator in advance of the Fall 
meeting. 

1 . A Committee on Enrollment consisting of six. This committee shall recognize and 
register all messengers and others attending the Association and report to the Associa- 
tion when called upon. 

2. A Committee on Committees consisting of two members from each of the coun- 
ties comprising the Association. This committee shall nominate for election by the Asso- 
ciation all standing committees and such other committees as may be assigned to it. This 
committee should make its primary report during the first session of the Fall meeting. 
This committee shall designate the chairman of each committee. 

Section B. Standing Committees which will serve through the year and which shall 
report at each session or as the need arises. 

1 . A Committee on Place and Preacher consisting of three, the duty of which shall 
be to recommend to the Association where the next Spring and Fall sessions shall meet 
and the preacher to deliver the annual sermon and his alternate. 

2. A Committee on Resolutions consisting of three, the duty of which shall be to 
draw up and present to the Association suitable resolutions of appreciation and expres- 
sions of sentiments on any matter chosen by the committee or referred to the committee 
by the Moderator of the Association. 

3. A Committee on Order of Business consisting of five. The Vice-Moderator shall 
be the chairman of this committee. It shall be the duty of this committee to present a 
printed report at both Spring and Fall meetings suggesting the order of business. This 
report should be acted upon as soon as feasible after the opening of the Association. 
When adopted, its report shall become the order of the Association and cannot be 
changed except by majority vote of the body. 

4. A Committee on Nominations consisting of three members from each of the 
counties composing the Association. This committee at the Spring meeting shall 
nominate representatives of the various institutions, the officers of the Association, and 
other officers that may be necessary to execute the program of the Association. 
Nominations by this committee shall not preclude nominations from the floor. No of- 
ficer of the Association shall hold more than one office at a time. The Nominating 
Committee should constantly seek the counsel of existing Associational Officer when 
preparing their report. No name shall be submitted to the Association for election until 
that individual has agreed to serve if elected. 

5. A Trustees Committee consisting of three, the duty of which shall be to hold in 
trust any property, endowment, or other securities of the Association. 

6. A Committee on Ordination consisting of three. It shall be the duty of this com- 
mittee to make itself available to any church who has a candidate for the Gospel Minis- 
try. 

7. A Committee on History consisting of five members, one member elected each 
year for five years. This committee shall be responsible for compiling and maintaining a 
history of the Association. 

8. A Committee on Memorials consisting of three members elected each year, one 
from each county. This committee shall be responsible for suitably memorializing de- 
ceased members of the churches of the Association and other events as may be 
necessary. 



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9. A Committee on Membership consisting of five members, one member elected 
each year for five years. It shall be the duty of this committee to consuh with churches in 
areas of Church-Association relationships and report the desire of the church as regards 
status in becoming member churches or in desire to withdraw fellowship. A committee 
from the church and this committee of the Association on membership shall work in all 
matters for harmony and good will among the churches. This committee functions at 
the request of the Associational Council of the Executive Promotion Committee and/or 
the Association meeting in the Fall. 

10. A Committee on the Constitutions consisting of three members being elected each 
year. This committee shall keep the constitution up to date and recommend revisions in 
accordance with the provisions of the constitution. 

11. A Committee on Libraries consisting of four members elected each year. This 
committee shall be responsible for the development of the Associational Library organi- 
zation and will assist the churches in their library work when requested. 

12. A Committee on Seminary Extension consisting of three members, one member 
elected each year for three years. This committee shall plan the courses of study and 
make all arrangements for a balanced program of study. 

13. A Stewardship Development Committee consisting of a Director and nine 
members, three from each of the counties comprising the Association. 

This Committee shall prepare the Associational Budget, promote the cooperative pro- 
gram, designated offerings, promote stewardship development programs. It shall be the 
duty of this committee to audit the Treasurer's records and report to the Association. 

14. A Missions Development Committee consisting of a Director, a representative 
from W.M.U., Brotherhood and Sunday School. This committee shall challenge the 
churches to be on mission in discovering areas of unmet needs, to help churches to 
develop mission development committees to meet these needs, to help coordinate a joint 
effort between Sunday School, W.M.U., and Brotherhood in outreach ministries with 
particular emphasis on new work starts. It shall be the responsibility of the committee to 
recommend to the Associational Council mission priorities and plans. 

15. A Committee on Evangelism consisting of a Director and two members from each 
of the counties composing the Association. This committee shall promote evangelism, 
plan and promote any special evangelistic rallies, such as a simultaneous revivals, or 
other evangelistic activities or meetings. 

Article 25. Any regulation prior to this constitution which conflicts herewith is here- 
by repealed. 

Article 26. Baptist Faith and Message Statement. 

I. THE SCRIPTURES 

The Holy Bible was written by men divinely inspired and is the record of God's reve- 
lation of Himself to man. It is a perfect treasure of divine instruction. It has God for its 
author, salvation for its end, and truth, without any mixture or error, for its matter. It 
reveals the principles by which God judges us; and therefore is, and will remain to the 
end of the world, the true center of Christian union, and the supreme standard by which 
all human conduct, creeds, and religious opinions should be tried. The criterion by 
which the Bible is to be interpreted is Jesus Christ. 



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II. GOD 



There is one and only one living and true God. He is an intelligent, spiritual, and per- 
sonal Being, the Creator, Redeemer, Preserver, and Ruler of the universe. God is in- 
finite in holiness and all other perfections. To Him we owe the highest love, reverence, 
and obedience. The eternal God reveals Himself to us as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, 
with distinct personal attributes, but without division of nature, essence, or being. 

A. God the Father 

God as Father reigns with providential care over His universe, His creatures, and the 
flow of the stream of human history according to the purposes of His grace. He is all 
powerful, all loving, and all wise. God is Father in truth to those who become children 
of God through faith in Jesus Christ. He is fatherly in His attitude toward all men. 

B. God the Son 

Christ is the eternal Son of God. In His incarnation as Jesus Christ, he was conceived 
of the Holy Spirit and born of the virgin Mary. Jesus perfectly revealed and did the will 
of God, taking upon Himself the demands and necessities of human nature and identi- 
fying Himself completely with mankind yet without sin. He honored the divine law by 
His personal obedience, and in His death on the cross. He made provision for the re- 
demption of men from sin. He was raised from the dead with a glorified body and ap- 
peared to His disciples as the person who was with them before His crucifixion. He 
ascended into heaven and is now exalted at the right hand of God where He is the One 
Mediator, partaking of the nature of God and of man, and in whose Person is effected 
the reconciliation between God and man. He will return in power and glory to judge the 
world and to consummate His redemptive mission. He now dwells in all believers as the 
living and ever present Lord. 

C. God the Holy Spirit 

The Holy Spirit is the Spirit of God. He inspired holy men of old to write the Scrip- 
tures. Through illumination, He enables men to understand truth. He exalts Christ. He 
convicts of sin, of righteousness and of judgment. He calls men to the Saviour, and ef- 
fects regeneration. He cultivates Christian character, comforts believers, and bestows 
the spiritual gifts by which they serve God through His church. He seals the believer un- 
to the day of final redemption. His presence in the Christian is the assurance of God to 
bring the believer into the fulness of the stature of Christ. He enlightens and empowers 
the believer and the church in worship, evangelism, and service. 

III. MAN 

Man was created by the special act of God, in His own image, and is the crowning 
work of His creation. In the beginning, m.an was innocent of sin and was endowed by 
His Creator with freedom of choice. By his free choice, man sinned against God and 
brought sin into the human race. Through the temptation of Satan, man transgressed 
the command of God and fell from his original innocence; whereby his posterity inherit 
a nature and an environment inclined toward sin, and as soon as they are capable of 
moral action become transgressors and are under condemnation. Only the grace of God 
can bring man into His holy fellowship and enable man to fulfill the creative purpose of 
God. The sacredness of human personality is evident in that God created man in His 
own image, and in that Christ died for man; therefore, every man possesses dignity and 
is worthy of respect and Christian love. 



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IV. SALVATION 

Salvation involves the redemption of the whole man, and is offered freely to all who 
accept Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour, who by His own blood obtained eternal re- 
demption for the believer. In its broadest sense, salvation includes regeneration, sanctifi- 
cation, and glorification. 

A. Regeneration, or the new birth, is a work of God's grace whereby believers become 
new creatures of Christ Jesus. It is a change of heart wrought by the Holy Spirit through 
conviction of sin, to which the sinner responds in repentance toward God and faith in 
the Lord Jesus Christ. 

Repentance and faith are inseparable experiences of grace. Repentance is a genuine 
turning from sin toward God. Faith is the acceptance of Jesus Christ and commitment 
of the entire personality to Him as Lord and Saviour. Justification is God's gracious and 
full acquittal upon principles of His righteousness of all sinners who repent and believe 
in Christ. Justification brings the believer into a relationship of peace and favor with 
God. 

B. Sanctification is the experience, beginning in regeneration, by which the believer is 
set apart to God's purposes, and is enabled to progress toward moral and spiritual per- 
fection through the presence and power of the Holy Spirit dwelling in him. Growth in 
grace should continue throughout the regenerate person's life. 

C. Glorification is the culmination of salvation and is the final blessed and abiding 
state of the redeemed. 

V. GOD'S PURPOSE OF GRACE 

Election is the gracious purpose of God, according to which He regenerates, sanc- 
tifies, and glorifies sinners. It is consistent with the free agency of man, and com- 
prehends all the means in connection with the end. It is glorious display of God's 
sovereign goodness, and is infinitely wise, holy, and unchangeable. It excludes boasting 
and promotes humility. 

All true believers endure to the end. Those whom God has accepted in Christ, and 
sanctified by His Spirit, will never fall away from the state of grace, but shall preserve to 
the end. Believers may fall into sin and through neglect and temptation, whereby they 
grieve the Spirit, impair their graces and comforts, bring reproach on the cause of 
Christ, and temporal judgments on themselves, yet they shall be kept by the power of 
God through faith unto salvation. 

VI. THE CHURCH 

A New Testament church of the Lord Jesus Christ is a local body of baptized believ- 
ers who are associated by covenant in the faith and fellowship of the gospel, observing 
the two ordinances of Christ, committed to His teachings, exercising the gifts, rights, 
and privileges invested in them by His Word, and seeking to extend the gospel to the 
ends of the earth. 

This church is an autonomous body, operating through democratic processes under 
the Lordship of Jesus Christ. In such a congregation, members are equally responsible. 
Its Scriptural officers are pastors and deacons. 

The New Testament speaks also of the church as the body of Christ which includes all 
of the redeemed of all the ages. 



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VII. BAPTISM AND THE LORD'S SUPPER 



Christian baptism is the immersion of a believer in water in the name of the Father, 
the Son, and the Holy Spirit. It is an act of obedience symbolizing the believer's faith in 
a crucified, buried, and risen Saviour, the believer's death to sin, the burial of the old 
life, and resurrection to walk in newness of life in Christ Jesus. It is a testimony to his 
faith in the final resurrection of the dead. Being a church ordinance, it is prerequisite to 
the privileges of church membership and to the Lord's Supper. 

The Lord's Supper is a symbolic act of obedience whereby members of the church, 
through partaking of the bread and the fruit of the vine, memorialize the death of the 
Redeemer and anticipate His second coming. 

VIII. THE LORD'S DAY 

The first day of the week is the Lord's Day. It is a Christian institution for regular ob- 
servance. It commemorates the resurrection of Christ from the dead and should be 
employed in exercises of worship and spiritual devotion, both public and private, and by 
refraining from worldly amusements, and resting from secular employments, work of 
necessity and mercy only being excepted. 

IX. THE KINGDOM 

The Kingdom of God includes both His general sovereignty over the universe and His 
particular kingship over men who willfully acknowledge Him as King. Particularly the 
Kingdom is the realm of salvation into which men enter by trustful, childlike commit- 
ment to Jesus Christ. Christians ought to pray and to labor that the Kingdom may come 
and God's will be done on earth. The full consummation of the Kingdom awaits the 
return of Jesus Christ and the end of this age. 

X. LAST THINGS 

God, in His own time and in His own way, will bring the world its appropriate end. 
According to His promise, Jesus Christ will return personally and visibly in glory to the 
earth; the dead will be raised; and Christ will judge all men in righteousness. The un- 
righteous will be consigned to Hell, the place of everlasting punishment. The righteous 
in their resurrected and glorified bodies will receive their reward and will dwell forever in 
Heaven with the Lord. 

XI. EVANGELISM AND MISSIONS 

It is the duty and privilege of every follower of Christ and of every church of the Lord 
Jesus Christ to endeavor to make disciples of all nations. The new birth of man's spirit 
by God's Holy Spirit means the birth of love for others. Missionary effort on the part of 
all rests thus upon a spiritual necessity of the regenerate life, and is expressly and 
repeatedly commanded in the teachings of Christ. It is the duty of every child of God to 
seek constantly to win the lost to Christ by personal effort and by all other methods in 
harmony with the gospel of Christ. 

XII. EDUCATION 

The cause of education in the Kingdom of Christ is to coordinate with the causes of 
missions and general benevolence, and should receive along with these, the liberal sup- 
port of the churches. An adequate system of Christian schools is necessary to a complete 
spiritual program for Christ's people. 

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In Christian education, there should be a proper balance between academic freedom 
and academic responsibility. Freedom in any orderly relationship of human life is al- 
ways limited and never absolute. The freedom of a teacher in a Christian school, college, 
or seminary is limited by the preeminence of Jesus Christ, by the authoritative nature of 
the Scripture, and by the distinct purpose for which the school exists. 

XIII. STEWARDSHIP 

God is the source of all blessings, temporal and spiritual; all that we have and are, we 
owe to Him. Christians have a spiritual debtorship to the whole world, a holy trustee- 
ship in the gospel, and a binding stewardship in their possessions. They are therefore 
under the obligation to serve Him with their time, talents, and material possessions; and 
should recognize all these as entrusted to them to use for the glory of God and for help- 
ing others. According to the Scriptures, Christians should contribute of their means 
cheerfully, regularly, systematically, proportionately, and liberally for the advancement 
of the Redeemer's cause on earth. 

XIV. COOPERATION 

Christ's people should, as occasion requires, organize such associations and conven- 
tions as may best secure cooperation for the great objects of the Kingdom of God. Such 
organizations have no authority over one another or over the churches. They are volun- 
tary and advisory bodies designed to elicit, combine, and direct the energies of our peo- 
ple in the most effective manner. Members of New Testament churches should 
cooperate with one another in carrying forward the missionary, educational, and benev- 
olent ministries for the extension of Christ's Kingdom. Christian unity in the New Testa- 
ment sense is spiritual harmony and voluntary cooperation for common ends by various 
groups of Christ's people. Cooperation is desirable between the various Christian de- 
nominations, when the end to be attained is itself justified, and when such cooperation 
involves no violation of conscience or compromise of loyalty to Christ and His Word as 
revealed in the New Testament. 

XV. THE CHRISTIAN AND THE SOCIAL ORDER 

Every Christian is under obligation to seek to make the will of Christ supreme in his 
own life and in human society. Means and methods used for the improvement of society 
and the establishment of righteousness among men can be truly and permanently helpful 
only when they are rooted in the regeneration of the individual by the saving grace of 
God in Christ Jesus. The Christian should oppose in the spirit of Christ every form of 
greed, selfishness, and vice. He should work to provide for the orphaned, the needy, the 
aged, the helpless, and the sick. Every Christian should seek to bring industry, govern- 
ment, and society as a whole under the sway of the principles of righteousness, truth, 
and brotherly love. In order to promote these ends. Christians should be ready to work 
with all men of good will in any good cause, always being careful to act in the spirit of 
love without compromising their loyalty to Christ and His truth. 

XVI. PEACE AND WAR 

It is the duty of Christians to seek peace with all men on principles of righteousness. 
In accordance with the spirit and teachings of Christ, they should do all in their power to 
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The true remedy for the war spirit is the gospel of our Lord. The supreme need of the 
world is the acceptance of His teachings in all the affairs of men and nations, and the 
practical application of His law of love. 

XVII. RELIGIOUS LIBERTY 

God alone is Lord of the conscience, and He has left it free from the doctrines and 
commandments of men which are contrary to His Word or not contained in it. Church 
and state should be separate. The state owes to every church protection and full freedom 
in the pursuit of its spiritual ends. In providing for such freedom, no ecclesiastical group 
or denomination should be favored by the state more than others. Civil government be- 
ing ordained of God, it is the duty of Christians to render loyal obedience thereto in all 
things not contrary to the revealed will of God. The church should not resort to the civil 
power to carry on its work. The gospel of Christ contemplates spiritual means alone for 
the pursuit of its ends. The state has no right to impose penalties for religious opinions 
of any kind. The state has no right to impose taxes for the support of any form of 
religion. A free church in a free state is the Christian ideal, and this implies the right of 
free and unhindered access to God on the part of all men, and the right to form and 
propagate opinions in the sphere of religion without interference by the civil power. 




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Proceedings 



3rd Annual Spring Meeting 

Tuesday, April 26, 1988 
WINTON BAPTIST CHURCH 
THEME: 'That All May Hear" 

1. Musical prelude. 

2. Mrs. Corene Harris, moderator of the West Chowan Baptist Association, presid- 
ed over the meeting. 

3. The afternoon session opened with the congregation singing "Rejoice, Ye Pure In 
Heart" led by Miss Anna Belle Crouch, association music director. 

4. The moderator welcomed everyone. Rev. Frank Stansbury, pastor of Winton 
Baptist Church, extended a welcome on behalf of Winton Baptist Church and then led 
in prayer. 

5. The history of Winton Church was read by Mr. Harry Ward, 

6. The following reports were given: 

1. Resolutions - Rev. John Spencer 

2. Nominations - Mr. William Lawrence 

3. Associational - Rev. Lonnie Armstrong. He said that there would be a dedica 
tion for the new association office building May 22 and this would be the 
climax of the association emphasis week. 

7. The music director led the congregation in singing the hymn "From Ocean Unto 
Ocean." 

8. Mrs. Sue Todd of Ross Baptist Church gave her testimony. Mrs. Todd is a 
volunteer missionary and she will be leaving in August 1988 for China. 

9. Special music was presented by Mr. and Mrs. John Duncan. 

10. Rev. Shelby Stephens, pastor of Colerain Baptist Church, gave the afternoon 
message. 

11. The hymn "Ye Servants of God" was sung by the congregation. 

12. The evening meal was blessed and served by Winton and Wakelon Churches. 

EVENING SESSION 

13. Music prelude. 

14. The evening session opened with the singing of the hymn "Send The Light." 

15. Rev. Joe Polinski led in prayer. 

16. Mrs. Harris, the moderator, spoke on the Brazil partnership. She said that 
everything that is done will help in this partnership with Brazil in leading to bring souls 
to Jesus Christ. We are entering the last five years of a ten year partnership. The first 
five years were with the state of Texas. There was a goal set at that time by the people of 
Brazil of 1000 new churches in this ten year partnership. They set their goal and we are 
going to help them reach it. The key goal is in prayer and volunteers, she said. 

17. There was special music by the Murfreesboro Baptist Chorals Ensemble, directed 
by Mrs. Libby Tilson. 

18. The moderator introduced the evening speaker, Mr. John Mills, Foreign Mis- 
sionary Board, Richmond, Virginia. One of the key things he said was that for the first 
time in history, the doors in Mongolia are open for the gospel. 

19. The congregation sang the hymn "Breathe on Me" and then the 3rd Annual Spr- 
ing Meeting was adjourned with a prayer. 



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Resolutions 

The West Chowan Baptist Association in its Spring 1988 session, held at Winton Bap- 
tist Church, on April 26th proposed the following resolutions: 

1 . Be it resolved that we express our appreciation to Winton Baptist Church for its 
warm hospitality, facilities, and special meals, also to Wakelon as co-host church. 

2. Our thanks to those who led in inspiring music. 

3. Our thanks to Mrs. Corene Harris for conducting our session as moderator, in an 
orderly manner. 

4. Our thanks to Rev. Shelby Stevens for the message for this session. 

5. Our appreciation to each representative of our Baptist Institutions, and of the 
Foreign Mission Board's John Mills, who delivered the closing message. 

Respectfully submitted, 
John W. Spencer, Chairman 
Shelby Stevens 
David Brinkley 



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WINTON BAPTIST CHURCH 



REV. FRANK STANSBURY 



Winton Baptist Church 

1873-1987 

"God willing and the creek don't rise" is a phrase we have heard all our lives. Accor- 
ding to tradition handed down for four generations in the Winton Baptist Church, the 
rising and slow falling of the Potecasi Creek over a hundred years ago was one of the 
factors that spurred Baptists living in Winton, and others south and east of the creek 
who were members of Mt. Tabor Church, to part from the worthy parent in 1873 to 
organize the Winton Baptist Church. A subscription list dated 1874 lists 22 male 
members of the new church and indicates that the pastor was paid $1 16.25 for the year. 
Elder John Mitchell was that first pastor, and he served for two years. He was succeeded 
by Elder Thomas G. Wood who served the church for twelve years. 

The lot now known as the "Old Church Lot" was deeded on July 7, 1873, by John 
W. Faison and his wife, Rosalena, to the Winton Baptist Church. The trustees were 
John A. Vann, Adolphus Godwin, Luke McGlauhon and Cherry Dunning. The last 
known written record for the 1870's is a list of 38 male members dated 1875. We do not 
know when the church building was constructed. 

On July 27, 1883, a meeting was held at this church to organize the West Chowan 
Baptist Association, within the bounds of the Bertie Union Meeting, and parting from 
the parent Chowan Association. Brother W.M. Mitchell was called to chair the meeting 
and Brother W.C. Parker was elected clerk. An appointed committee recommended 
that the first meeting be held in Windsor at Cashie Baptsit Church on Tuesday after the 
second Sunday in October 1883. 

Winton Baptist Church was one of the first in the Association to break with the old 
custom of worship services only once a month; services twice a month became 
customary. 

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In 1895 there was a division in the Winton Baptist Church. The Chowan Baptist 
Church was organized with 47 members, and it was received into the West Chowan Bap- 
tist Association in October of the same year. The first pastor of this new church was the 
Rev. Samuel Sanders. 

The Chowan Baptist Church building was built in 1901 or 1902. William Jordan and 
his wife, Ella; A.I Parker and his wife, Martha; for $200.00, deeded on November 16, 
1901 , the Jordan and Parker old store lot to the church trustees, Thomas Deane Boone, 
Henry B. Vann, J.H. Matthews and George A. Brown. The deed indicates the church 
already stood on the lot in company with part of the old Anderson graveyard. 

The first parsonage owned by the Chowan Baptist Church was purchased in 1905 for 
$1,000.00 from Samuel Reed and his wife, Emma. 

The Winton Baptist Church and the Chowan Baptist Church met in a joint assembly 
at the former church building on January 29, 1917, for the purpose of uniting the two 
churches. After proper action, the decision was made that the united churches should be 
known as the Winton Baptist Church and that worship services would be held in the 
Chowan Baptist Church building. Brother S.N. Watson was called as pastor to a com- 
bined membership of 273 souls. 

The old Winton Church building was sold in 1924 to E.L. Jenkins and Son for 
$275.00. 

The first deaconesses were elcected in the Winton Church on January 21, 1923; they 
were Mrs. W.D. Boone, Mrs. W.R. Daniel, Mrs. J.S. Mitchell and Mrs. H.H. Jones. 

Since 1902, the building has been greatly improved with the addition of classrooms, 
and restrooms; a new parsonage was built in 1956. In 1972 and 1973 more classrooms, a 
vestibule and porch were added, and the auditorium redecorated, refurnished and 
carpeted. 

The Baptistry was installed in 1975. 

In October 1976, Steven Wall and in May 1977, Henry C. Francis were ordained by 
the church. 

The adjoining property next door to the church was purchased from the Northcott 
heirs in 1977 to serve as Sunday School classrooms and as a Fellowship House. Vinyl 
siding was added in the early part of 1983. 

In April 1980 a concrete slab was poured and fenced in behind the church for a 
basketball and volleyball court. 

During the summer of 1982 seven members went out to a mission field in West 
Virginia to assist in building a church parsonage. 

Over the period of 1981-1983 renovation of the church took place with the addition of 
pews in the classrooms, new carpet and new light fixtures. A sound reinforcement 
system was added to the sanctuary with a recording and duplicating machine to be used 
for an outreach ministry. 

The parsonage was remodeled in 1984 with an addition of two rooms and a bath at a 
cost of aproximately $30,000.00. Air conditioning was added to the classrooms at the 
back of the church. 

In the summer of 1984 and 1985, the church had five members to go to Fort Caswell 
to help in renovating the buildings. 

We had one member to go to England in 1985 to help with building a church. 

Also in 1985, the church purchased a 15-passenger van. This is used every Sunday to 
pick up members who are unable to attend church otherwise, along with serving as 
transportation for various other church activities that involve travel. 

September 20, 1987 brought Winton Baptist Church its first Homecoming. . . . 



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Proceedings 



105th Annual Session 

Tuesday, October 18, 1988 
ELAM BAPTIST CHURCH 

1. A musical prelude was presented by Mrs. Elmer Joyner, organist, and Mrs. John 
Spencer, pianist. 

2. The moderator, Mrs. Corene Harris, called the 105th annual session of the West 
Chowan Baptist Association to order. 

3. Miss Anna Belle Crouch, associational music director, led the congregation in 
singing "America the Beautiful." 

4. Rev. Elmer Joyner, pastor of Elam Baptist Church, welcomed everyone and led in 
prayer. 

5. A response of the welcome was given by the moderator. 

6. Vice-moderator, Rev. Joe McLean moved that the printed program be adopted as 
the official order of business for the annual session. This was carried. 

7. The moderator appointed the following committees: 

Enrollment committee at Elam: Mrs. Betty Davis, Mrs. Catherine Painter, Mrs. 
Becky Jernigan, Mrs. Melinder Harris and Mrs. Clara Williams. Seaboard: Mrs 
Mildred Woodard, Mrs. Betty Knight, Mrs. Jean Knight, Mrs. Jean Rawls, Mrs. 
Louise Taylor and Mrs. Irene Harris. 

Committee on Committees: Rev. James Hester, chairman, and Mrs. Pat 
Liverman-Northampton County; Rev. Mark Morris and Mr. Jackie Brinkley- 
Hertford County; Rev. Jack Byrd and Mrs. Rhodes Pratt-Bertie County. 

8. Rev. Lonnie Armstrong, director of missions, recognized the visitors and in- 
troduced the following new pastors that were present: 

Mt. Tabor: Wint Hale; Elam: Elmer Joyner; Powellsville: Robert Medlin; 
Union: Cameron Currin, Jr. 

They were welcomed by Rev. Windell Patterson, president of the Pastor's con- 
ference. 

9. The congregation sang the hymn "Come, Thou Almighty King." 

10. The following committee reports were given: 

1. Executive Promotion - Mr. Floyd Barmer, association clerk 

2. Mission Development - Rev. James Hester 

3. Evangelism - Rev. Windell Patterson 

4. Treasurer - Miss Sally Ann Barber 

5. Stewardship - Mr. Bob Spivey (given by Miss Sally Ann Barber) 

11. All reports were adopted. 

12. The strategic planning committee report was given by Rev. Joe McLean and Mr. 
W.J. "Bill" Little. This report was adopted. 

13. Mrs, Shirley Pike was approved as Vacation Bible School director for the new 
year. 

14. The following organizational reports were given: 

1. Sunday School: Rev. Herman Hicks 

2. Church Training: Rev. Billy Nale 

3. WMU: given by Mrs. Doris Riggs in the absence of Ms. Julia Hughes 

4. Church music: Miss Anna Belle Crouch 

15. The congregation sang "Stand Up For Jesus." 



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16. The enrollment committee gave a report of 219 present. 

17. Rev. Paul Worrell read from 1 Corinthians 13, and led in prayer. 

18. Special music was presented by Mrs. Windell Patterson and Mrs. Joe Home. 

19. The message was presented by Rev. Windell Patterson, pastor of Robert's Chapel 
Baptist Church. 

20. The congregation sang the hymn "O Master Let Me Walk With Thee." 

21. Thanks for the evening meal was given by Rev. Elmer Joyner. The meal was 
hosted by Elam and Mt. Carmel Baptist Churches. 

EVENING SESSION 

22. Musical prelude by Pam and Pattie Davis of Elam Baptist Church. 

23. The Chancel Choir of the Conway Baptist Church presented a sacred concert. 

24. The evening session was called to order by the moderator, Mrs. Corene Harris. 

25. Miss Anna Belle Crouch led the congregation in singing "Day is Dying in the 
West." 

26. The history of Elam Baptist Church was read by Mrs. Mattie Harris. The Elam 
Church was celebrating its 200th birthday. 

27. The 1988-89 calendar was adopted as presented by the director of missions, Rev. 
Lonnie Armstrong. 

28. Mrs. C.B. Painter read from 2nd Timothy and led in prayer. 

29. The congregation sang the hymn "Send the Light." 

30. Rev. Joe McLean, vice-moderator, introduced the guest missionary. Miss Carol 
Leigh Humphries (retired). She gave the evening message on missions, which was very 
inspiring. Miss Humphries served in Nigeria for 34 years as a missionary. 

31. The closing hymn was "I'll Go Where You Want Me To Go" and Rev. Arm- 
strong gave the benediction. 

Wednesday, October 19 
SEABOARD BAPTIST CHURCH 

32. Musical prelude by Mrs. Henry Ricks, organist and Mrs. John Spencer, pianist. 

33. The moderator called the morning session to order. 

34. The congregation sang "America." 

35. Rev. John Spencer, pastor of Seaboard Baptist Church extended the welcome and 
led in prayer. 

36. The history of Seaboard Baptist Church was read by Mrs. Frances Parker. 

37. Rev. Lonnie Armstrong gave the director of missions report. 

38. Hymn "This Is My Father's World." 

39. Rev. Bill Morrow gave a report of the Baptist Children's Homes. 

40. The congregation sang the hymn "For the Beauty of the Earth." 

41 . Mrs. Cindy Terry from Pleasant Grove Baptist Church read the Scripture and led 
in prayer. 

42. Special music was presented by Rev. John Spencer of the Seaboard Baptist 
Church. 

43. The morning sermon was preached by Rev. Edwin Dacus, pastor of Holly Grove 
Baptist Church. 

44. After much discussion, the association approved to have all messengers and alter- 
nates wear "name tags" designating them as such, beginning with the 1989 meetings. 

45. Miss Crouch led in singing a hymn and thanks was given for the noon meal. The 
meal was hosted by Seaboard and Pleasant Grove Churches. 



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AFTERNOON SESSION 



46. Musical prelude. 

47. The moderator called the afternoon session to order. 

48. The music director, Miss Anna Belle Crouch led the congregation in singing the 
hymn ''Higher Ground." 

49. Rev. Lonnie Armstrong, director of missions, led in prayer. 

50. The following committee reports were given: 

1. Building: Rev. Lemar Wheeler 

2. Preacher and Place: Rev. Bob Rogers 

3. Resolutions: Rev. John Spencer 

4. Memorial: Rev. Daniel Spell 

5. Enrollment: Mrs. Corene Harris. There was a grand total of 268 present for 
both days (53 churches and 33 pastors.) 

51. The moderator gave her message, expressing thanks for the prayers and support 
she had received during the first year serving as moderator of the West Chowan Baptist 
Association. Mrs. Harris said that her thoughts were coming from her heart. In closing 
she issued a challenge to everyone to go home and write these things on a piece of paper 
and put it where you can see it everyday: 

1. I will pray to God for guidance in leading people back to my church. 

2. I will pray for leadership in our church and in our association. 

3. I will pray for the Lord to have a free reign in the churches of West Chowan. 
Then she said, "When we commit ourselves to this kind of prayer, growth in 
our 60 churches will be phenomenal, financially, emotionally and spiritually." 
The moderator then introduced the afternoon speaker. Rev. Boyd A. O'Neal 
who would bring the missionary message after the congregation sang "Have 
Thine Own Way Lord." 

52. Benediction and adjournment of the 105th annual session of the West Chowan 
Baptist Association. 




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ELAM BAPTIST CHURCH 




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History of Elam Baptist Church 

Celebrating 200th Anniversary 

The first record of Elam Baptist Church is 1788, when Joseph and Tibathia Vassor 
deeded land at Gumberry, North Carolina on August 29, 1788, to a group of people 
who probably moved here from southern Virginia and called themselves Baptists. The 
first church, known as Vassor Meeting House, was a log cabin named for the family 
who deeded the land. 

In 1854, Vassor Meeting House moved to a new location two miles west of Gumberry 
to a tract of land sold by Henry Grizzard to the trustees of Vassor' s Baptist Church: 
R.W. Taylor, J. Barham, W. Stephenson, W.J. Kee, and J.R. Kee. This deed was 
signed September 22, 1856. At some time between 1856 and 1879 the name was changed 
from Vassor' s Baptist Church to Elam Baptist Church. 

On December 3, 1887, two acres of land adjoining Elam Church were deeded to B.E. 
Stephenson, William T. Kee, Jasper H. Crocker, Thomas J. Taylor, R.Y. Wheeler, and 
Alex Stephenson, trustees of Elam Baptist Church by James Vassor to belong to the 
church as long as it was used for church purposes. 

A new Elam Church was built in 1919 and remodeled in 1948 with classrooms and a 
kitchen added. On Christmas Day 1949, a fire completely destroyed the church building 
and its furnishings. Only the church name sign hanging over the foyer doorway, the two 
chairs on each side of the communion table and the two pews in the choir were salvaged. 
The church members were without a building for a year. 

The fourth deed of Elam Church was signed on February 14, 1950, when an acre of 
land was purchased from Andrew and Shirley W. Taylor for $400.00. This site upon 
which our present building stands was near the location of the Vassor Meeting House. 
This building was begun April 16, 1950, and dedicated May 16, 1954. 

Elam built its first parsonage in 1959 and went full time in 1978. 

A Baldwin organ was dedicated in 1983 in memory of Williard and Katie Little. 

In the spring of 1983, the steeple was given to the church in memory of Ellen Miles 
Dickens by her family. 

A sound system, amplifying the worship service for the hearing impaired and to the 
nursery was presented to the church in 1987 in memory of W.B. Williams by his family. 

Our church is in the midst of celebrating our 200th anniversary. We have had several 
former pastors back this year and we will bring our celebration to a close on October 23, 
1988, when we have a cornerstone opening ceremony. 




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History of Seaboard Baptist Church 



Seaboard Baptist Church was organized on Sunday, March 31, 1889. A series of 
meetings had been held the week before the organizational effort. There were 49 charter 
members from surrounding churches that met in the home of Mrs. R.M. Maddrey to 
establish a Baptist Church in Seaboard. A Covenant and Articles of Faith were adopted, 
expressing beliefs, purposes, and spiritual foundation and challenge. 

The first pastor was Rev. Thomas G. Wood. The first body of Deacons, who also 
served as Trustees, was chosen in April 1889. The challenge for them was to secure a site 
for a building. 

In June of 1889 the church was admitted to the Bertie Union and in August of that 
same year it was admitted into the West Chowan Association. From its earliest days, a 
Sunday School has been part of Seaboard Church. The early challenge of the charter 
members was to instruct its people with the word of God. 

Another of the early organizations formed was the Ladies Aid Society in 1890 which 
later became known as the Women's Missionary Society. Their work has been extremely 
beneficial for the church over the years. 

The original building was constructed during the early 1890's and was replaced in 
1918 by another wood frame structure. The present educational space was erected in 
1949 and the sanctuary in 1952. The fellowship hall was added in 1977. 

In September 1957, Seaboard Baptist Church voted to go full-time. Rev. Waiter 
Moose was the first pastor after this decision was passed. Two of the church's members 
have gone into full-time Christian service. Rev. Paul Worrell was ordained in April 
1928. He has served several churches in the state before retiring in Seaboard to do supply 
and interim work. Mr. Thomas Norvell was licensed in June 1958. 

Seaboard Baptist Church has continued to grow and in 1987 a new sound system was 
installed in the sanctuary. New carpets and redecorating in the educational building was 
done also that year. 

Over the years, Seaboard Baptist Church has endeavored to serve her Lord as strong- 
ly as possible. The church has a long history to which she looks proudly back; but looks 
even more proudly to the future to what the Lord will do through her in the days ahead. 
The charter members were challenged to "let their light shine," so echoes the call of us 
today: "Let your light shine for Christ." 

Rev. John Spencer, the present pastor has served here since January 1986. 




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CHOWAN COLLEGE 



MURFREESBORO, NORTH CAROLINA 27855 



OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT ^ , 

October 14, 1988 

West Chowan Baptist Association 
c/o The Reverend Lonnie Armstrong 
Director of Missions 
P.O. Box 215 
Ahoskie, NC 27910 

Dear Friends, 

Greetings! on behalf of the nine hundred seventy- five (975) students, fifty-eight (58) 
facuhy members, the several administrative officers, and numerous staff personnel who 
comprise the Chowan College community. As one of the institutions of Christian higher 
edcuation which is funded, in part, through the stewardship of Baptists and Baptist 
churches throughout North Carolina, we would join in prayer with the messengers 
assembled for the annual session of the West Chowan Baptist Association, to the end 
that yours may be a fruitful and productive meeting. 

More particularly, we join in expressing heartfelt "Thanks!" for your continuing sup- 
port of our educational mission through your support of Cooperative Program 
ministries. The most recent annual statistics (1987) indicate that the churches of the West 
Chowan Baptist Association contributed a total of $298,860 to Cooperative Missions. 
Given the formula of distribution then in use by the Baptist State Convention, this 
means that your churches contributed approximately $10,550 towards support of the 
educational program of Chowan College during that same year. 

We make it a practice to express our appreciation to the Baptist State Convention, 
periodically, for that Cooperative Program support which comes our way. However, 
we have fewer occasions or opportunities to express similar appreciation to the churches 
who represent the initial source of mission support for all denominational ministries and 
benevolences. 

As we continue our mission in higher education through the current academic year, we 
do so with the acute knowledge of our dependence upon Baptists and Baptist churches 
for that measure of financial support which continues to come our way through gifts to 
the Cooperative Program. Thanks! again, to all of you for what your churches have 
done-and continue to do-on our behalf. 

Cordially and sincerely yours, 
Bruce E. Whi taker 
President 



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Director of Missions Report 





1987 - 1988 


1 . Preached in churches 


33 


2. Taught Sunday School 


12 


3. Taught VBS 


3 


4. Taught Doctrinal Study 


1 


5. Taught Deacon Training Course 


1 


6. Spoke at Brotherhood 


3 


7. State Missions Promotion 


2 


8. Music Day Camp Pastor 


5 days 


9. Other Services attended: 




Revivals 


8 


Worship Services 


7 


Special Services 


4 


Dedication Association Office 


1 


Doctrinal Studies 


2 


Music Day Camp Program 


1 


Pastors- Wives Conference 


12 


10. Hospital and Home Visits: 




Home 


20 


Hospital 


17 


Meeting with Pastors 


6 


1 1 . Funerals attended 


7 


12. Funerals conducted 


3 



13. Training Conferences outside Association: 



Key Leadership - Ridgecrest 3 days 

DOM Conference - Wingate 4 days 

DOM and Secretary Conference - Cary 1 day 

Basic Leadership - Atlanta 5 days 

State Convention Staff and DOM - Caraway 3 days 

Sunday School Board Orientation - Nashville 6 days 

SBC Witnessing - Giving Conference - Ridgecrest 4 days 

Evangelism Conference - Greensboro 2 days 

East Carolina Evangelism Conference - Caswell 2 days 

Foreign Mission Board 2 days 

DOM and Staff of BSC Planning - Caraway 3 days 
I 14. Other Meetings Outside Association: 

State Convention - Greensboro 3 days 
DOM Quarterly Meeting - Greensboro 

Strategy Planning Retreat - Camp Willow Run 2 days 

John Savage Workshop - Caraway 3 days 

DOM and Staff of BSC Committee Meeting - Caraway 1 day 

Evangelism Committee - Kinston 1 day 

15. All other Committee Meetings and Conferences in Association total 82 
Holidays - 10 Vacation Days - 5 
Weddings - Rehearsals - 2 



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Executive Promotion Committee Report 



The Executive Promotion Committee met four times during the Associational year. 
Each organization director and committee chairperson was given an opportunity to give 
a report and promote their work. 

Mrs. Corene Harris was elected moderator and Rev. Joe McLean, vice-moderator. 

Rev. Lonnie Armstrong, Director of Missions, reported that he was pleased with the 
results of the World Mission Conference. The mission partnership with Brazil was ap- 
proved and a fund raising committee was appointed. The moderator presented slides 
from her trip to Brazil in several churches in the association. 

The 1988-89 calendar was adopted. 

The roof on the director of mission's home was replaced and two storm doors are to 
be installed. 

The association is in deep appreciation to Mr. Thomas Hale for his generous gifts of a 
yard light for the director of mission's home and new vacuum cleaner for the office 
building. 

The highlight of the year was the dedication and moving into the new Association Of- 
fice building. The dedication service was held on May 22, 1988, dedicating the building 
to the Glory of God and for the advancement of the causes to which He has called and 
sent us. 

Rev. Lemar Wheeler was given a high commendation for his help. He served as chair- 
man of the building committee and without his help, the work of the committee would 
have been virtually impossible. 

Perhaps the key plaque that is in the office building is the one recognizing the par- 
ticipation of all volunteers who had any part in planning and constructing the building. 



Mr. Floyd Barmer 
Associational Clerk 



Statement of Cash Receipts and Disbursements 

General Fund 
October 1, 1987 through September 30, 1988 



CASH BALANCE, OCTOBER 1, 1987: 

Regular General Fund 

World Mission Conference Funds 



$ 3,500.00 

2,650.00 $ 6,150.00 



RECEIPTS: 

Association Missions 

Pulpit Supply 

Sale of Supplies 

Minutes 

Interest on Checking Account 

Sales Tax Refund 

BSC - For DOM Workshop 

Music Camp Expense Reimbursement 
BSC - For Small Church Ministries . . 
Youth Program Reimbursement .... 
BSC - Long Range Strategy Planning 



$57,402.54 



390.00 
229.53 

5.00 
376.13 
205.23 
250.00 

8.00 
250.00 
45.00 
1,000.00 



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Stewardship Dinner Reimbursement 192.20 

Return of Brotherhood Monies 70.00 

Refund Fuel - DOM Home 337.39 

Room Refund - SS Conference 31.50 

World Mission Conference 7,901.88 

Loan - DOM Home 7,500.00 

Refund - Life Insurance - DOM 87 .90 

Refund - BSC - Participating Share 

State Mission Offering 3,799,78 

Evangelism Rally Offering 140. 18 

BSC - ASSISTeam Training Refund 50.00 

Repayment from Building Fund 

for Projector and Lamp 166.47 

Total Receipts 

TOTAL BALANCE PLUS RECEIPTS . 

DISBURSEMENTS: 
Director: 

Salary $18,720.00 

Utilities 3,502.50 

Home Repairs 4,373.70 

Office: 

Rent 700.00 

Utilities 2,218.79 

Supplies 4,128.62 

Equipment Repairs 155.27 

Secretary 6,360.00 

FICA 471.77 

Organizations: 

Sunday School 501.23 

Church Training 189.31 

Brotherhood/RA 325.95 

Music 586.08 

Youth 559.74 

Minutes: 

Printing 855.00 

Clerk's Honorarium 200.00 

Clerk's Expense 50.00 

General: 

Director's Travel 3,120.00 

Treasurer 250.00 

Evangelism 216.80 

SBC Annuity 3,804.00 

Insurance - DOM 3,089.85 

Insurance - Secretary 600.00 

Insurance - Property and Misc. . 1 ,162.03 

Convention Expense 141.16 

Annual Session — 

Spring Session 136.30 



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Key Leader 315.71 

Christmas: 

Director 250.00 

Secretary 150.00 

Seminary Extension — 

Library Committee — 

Missions Committee 1 ,000.00 

Miscellaneous 546.09 

World Mission Conference 8,398.39 

Stewardship Dinner (Reimb'd) 192.20 

H/AC for DOM Home 7,475.00 

Transfer Excess of $3,500 to 

Building Fund 4,736.63 

Transfer Balance World Mission Conference 

Funds to Mission Projects Fund 2,153.49 

Meal - Small Church Ministries (Reimb'd) 203 . 1 2 

Strategy Planning 360.00 

DOM Workshop (Reimb'd) 250.00 

Total Disbursements $82,448.73 

CASH BALANCE, SEPTEMBER 30, 1988 *$ 4,140.00 

* Regular General Fund $ 3,500.00 

Strategy Planning Balance 640.00 

$ 4,140.00 



Statement of Casli Receipts and Disbursements 
Building Fund 

October 1, 1987 through September 30, 1988 



CASH BALANCE, OCTOBER 1 , 1987 $19,682.40 

RECEIPTS: 

Contributions from Churches and Individuals $ 928.14 

Interest on Checking Account 692.17 

Sales Tax Refund 877.62 

Repayment from General Fund - 

H/AC Monies for DOM Home 3,137.50 

Transfer in Excess of $3,500 from 

General Fund 4,736.63 

Music Camp Offering for Piano 514.43 

Total Receipts $10,886.49 

TOTAL BALANCE PLUS RECEIPTS $30,568.89 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

Material and Outside Labor 14,099.99 

Equipment 5,920.41 

Landscaping 2,000.00 

Bank Charges 116.00 



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Dedication Expense 583.62 

Expense Reimbursement to 

Lamar Wheeler 1,000.00 

Roof -DOM Home 1,000.00 

Total Disbursements $24,720.02 

CASH BALANCE, SEPTEMBER 30, 1988 *$ 5,848.87 

* Regular Building Fund $ 5,329.14 

Piano Fund 519.73 

$ 5,848.87 



Statement of Cash Receipts and Disbursements 



Mission Projects Fund 

October 1, 1987 through September 30, 1988 

CASH BALANCE, OCTOBER 1 , 1987 $ — 

RECEIPTS: 

Contributions from Churches $ 832.55 

Contributions from Individuals 750.00 

Contributions from Businesses 50.00 

Transfer Balance of Funds from 

World Mission Conference 2,153.49 

HMB - Refund Baldwin Transportation 1 , 1 93 . 80 

BSC - Refund Brazil Money 25.00 

Interest on Cash Investment Account 53.60 

Total Receipts 5,058.44 

TOTAL BALANCE PLUS RECEIPTS $ 5,058.44 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

None — 

CASH BALANCE, SEPTEMBER 30, 1988 $ 5,058.44 

Contributions Received 

October 1, 1987 through September 30, 1988 

General Building 

Fund Fund 

Ahoskie First Baptist $ 3,500.03 $ — 

Ashley's Grove 1,267.64 — 

Askewville 1,922.72 — 

Aulander 1,130.00 — 

Bethany 1,041.44 347.14 

Bethel 320.00 — 

Bethlehem 60.00 — 

Brantley's Grove — — 



Buckhorn 900.00 
Capehart's 1,112.28 



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Cashie 

Center Grove 
Christian Harbor 
Colerain 
Connaritsa 
Conway 

Creech Memorial 

Creeksville 

Earlys 

Edgewood 

Elam 

Elm Grove 

Galatia 

Green's Cross 

Harrellsville 

Hebron 

Holly Grove 

Holly Springs 

Horton's 

Jackson 

Kelford 

Lasker 

Lawrence 

Lewiston 

Margarettsville 

Mars Hill 

Meherrin 

Menola 

Merry Hill 

Mt. Carmel 

Mt. Tabor 

Murfreesboro 

Oak Grove 

Pleasant Grove 

Potecasi 

Powellsville 

Republican 

Rich Square 

Riverside 

Robert's Chapel 

Ross 

St. John's 

Sandy Run 

Seaboard 

Severn 

Siloam 

Union 

Wakelon 

Winton 



3,850.00 
1,149.63 
400.00 
1,560.00 

3,600.00 
892.58 
375.00 
350.00 
340.00 
1,704.10 
1,250.00 
2,900.15 
1,432.65 
750.00 

120.00 
337.50 
150.00 
499.92 
330.00 
250.00 
458.96 
400.00 
186.39 
750.32 
1,923.44 
200.00 
500.00 

978.72 

2,150.00 
300.00 

1,375.75 
500.00 

1,516.44 
515.00 

1,600.46 
500.00 
200.00 
600.00 
550.00 
531.00 
399.96 
500.00 
235.00 

1,627.13 
115.00 

3,600.00 



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Woodland 
Individuals 
TOTALS 



1,693.33 



$57,402.54 



211.00 
100.00 
$ 928.14 



Proposed Budget 
West Chowan Baptist Association 

October 1, 1988 through September 30, 1989 

88-89 



Director: 
Salary 
Utilities 
Home Repairs 

Office: 
Utilities 
Supplies 

Building and Grounds 
Equipment and Repairs 
Secretary 
PICA 

Secretary's Conference 

Organizations: 
Sunday School 
Church Training 
Brotherhood/RA 
Music 
Youth 

Minutes: 
Printing 

Clerk's Honorarium 
Clerk's Expense 

General: 

Director's Travel 
Treasurer 
Evangelism 
SBC Annuity 
Insurance - DOM 
Insurance - Secretary 
Insurance - Property 
and Miscellaneous 
Convention Expense 
Annual Session 
Spring Session 
Key Leader 



$19,660.00 
3,000.00 
3,000.00 

2,400.00 
5,000.00 
750.00 
1,000.00 
8,100.00 
610.00 
200.00 

500.00 
250.00 
500.00 
750.00 
600.00 

1,075.00 
200.00 
50.00 

3,500.00 
250.00 
500.00 
3,932.00 
3,600.00 
750.00 

1,200.00 
1,200.00 
300.00 
200.00 
500.00 



87-88 

$18,720.00 
3,000.00 
1,000.00 

2,400.00 
4,500.00 

-0- 
1,500.00 
6,240.00 
475.00 

-0- 

300.00 
250.00 
500.00 
500.00 
500.00 

900.00 
200.00 
50.00 

3,1200.00 
250.00 
250.00 
3,744.00 
3,120.00 
600.00 

1,200.00 
1,000.00 
300.00 
200.00 
500.00 



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Christmas: 



Director 


300.00 


250.00 


Secretary 


200.00 


150.00 


Seminary Extension 


200.00 


50.00 


Library Committee 


100.00 


50.00 


Missions Committee 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 


Miscellaneous 


500.00 


1,000.00 


TOTAL 


$65,877.00 


$57,819.00 


World Mission Conf. 


-0- 


9,000.00 


Rent 


-0- 


300.00 


GRAND TOTAL 


$65,877.00 


$67,119.00 



Sunday School Report 

The theme for the 1987-88 church year has been "Touch Lives, Change People." The 
Sunday School continues to promote "Challenge 10/90," which is the nationwide goal 
to enroll 10 million persons in Sunday School by the fall of 1990. 

The major event for the association was a Sunday School Leadership Conference for 
all age levels, held at the Woodland Baptist Church on October 26 and 27, 1987. A total 
of 132 persons were enrolled with 28 churches represented. Conference leaders were: 

Ann Cooper, Nashville, NC 
Linda Lariscy, Oxford, NC 
Charles Smith, Roxobel, NC 
James Hagwood, Robersonville, NC 
Herman Hicks, Ahoskie, NC 
Michael Johnson, Ahoskie, NC 
The following ASSISTeam members attended special state-wide training at Cary in 
February: 

Linda Edwards, preschool 
Carolyn Jennings, children 
Adolph Harrell, adults 
Herman Hicks, general officers 
In May, the ASSISTeam director attended the Key Leadership Conference at 
Ridgecrest. Later in July, he led a special group for Sunday School leaders at the 
Associational Key Leadership Conference. 

In a recent survey, made by the Baptist State Convention for the years of 1979-1987, 
the Sunday School showed a decrease of one percent state-wide. Baptisms were down by 
four percent. In comparison, all other areas showed an increase. The coastal area of the 
state had the most decline in Sunday School enrollment and baptisms. The facts present 
a real challenge for the future. 




In Christ's Service, 
Rev. Herman Hicks 
Sunday School Director 



Vacation Bible School Report 

A full team of Vacation Bible School leaders attended the State training in February 
and later led two clinics in the association. The clinics were held on March 21 and 22 at 
the Aulander and Conway Churches. Total enrollment was 127, with 26 churches 
represented, 18 VBS directors, 11 pastors and 98 teachers and helpers. 

Rev. Jim Harris 
VBS Director 

Church Training Report 

The total Church Training enrollment for all churches. in the West Chowan Associa- 
tion for last year was 1 , 124. Eleven churches reported an on-going Church Training pro- 
gram, while eleven others reported special short term programs. 

For the year 1987-88, Church Training sponsored or participated in the following ac- 
tivities: 

November 1987 "M" Night held at Meherrin Church. 

April 1988 Associational Youth and Children's Bible 

drill tournaments at Winton. 
May 1988 State Youth and Children's Bible Drill 

tournaments. 
Director attended Key Leadership 
Conference at Ridgecrest. 
July 1988 Director participated in Associational Key 

Leadership Conference at Ahoskie First. 
I am excited about the 1988-89 Church Training year. The theme for Church Training 
for 1988-89 is, "A Call To Baptist Basics." This theme comes from Bold Mission Thrust 
goal area, "Developing Believers, 1988-89." *'M" Night which will be held at Creech 
Memorial, Monday, November 28, will be planned around this theme. Whether or not 
you have an on-going Church Training program, you will receive something special 
from "M" Night this year. I would encourage everyone to attend. 

Billy Nale 
Church Training Director 



WMU Report 

WMU started a great year with a Prayer Retreat at Ahoskie First with Miss Martha 
Franks, retired missionary to China for over 30 years, as our guest. She gave us many in- 
spiring thoughts as we started our National Centennial Year. We all had an opportunity 
to study the history of WMU thru the book A Century to Celebrate that was taught 
several times during the year. There were two other book studies during the year. The 
Biblical Basis of Missions taught at Galatia by Mission Study and Show and Tell, a 
book on Mission Action, taught by BYW. 

As the year passed, we had many opportunities that were exciting for our association. 
We participated in the Foreign Mission Board Appointment Service in Greensboro, our 




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own Association Building Dedication in May and our National WMU Centennial 
Celebration in Richmond. We had about 15 from our association to attend this wonder- 
ful, once in a life-time, event. 

We had two big Mission Action events for the association last year. Odom Prison 
boxes were prepared for about 600 and we helped sponsor a Christmas Party for the 
blind. You were so generous to support these projects in such a loving manner. 

Each age-level organization from Mission Friends to Baptist Women was busy dur- 
ing the year. They held a Fair for Mission Friends Leaders, Girls in Action retreat at 
Creeks ville, Acteens Foreign and Home Missions Studies, BYW book study, YBW 
Presidents Birthday Party and many more. They held banquets for 
GA/Pastor/Father/Daughters at Chowan College, Acteens/Parent/Pastor Apprecia- 
tion Banquet at Ahoskie First, BYW Banquet at Askewville and "Sea the World" Ban- 
quet for YBW and A Final Banquet to Celebrate their years of service. This was the last 
year for YBW's and we are proud of their work. Prayer Retreats were held by BYW's 
and Baptist Women. GA Mother/Daughter Camp at Chowan College was enjoyed by 
all and they held the GA Christmas in August celebration. 

The 1988 Annual Meeting was held at Colerain Baptist Church. We had good atten- 
dance for both sessions. The guest speaker for the afternoon session was Mrs. Audrey 
Gordon, retired missionary from the Philippines. She has visited in our association 
several times. We supported Mrs. Gordon while she was a missionary. In the evening 
session, we had Nona Day Biggerstaff, missionary serving in New York. This was a very 
inspiring meeting. 

1987-88 has been a good year. God has called each one of us to our jobs. Let us give 
our lives to his service and to Glorify his name, as we start another year of work. Thank 
you all for your love and support to the WMU during this year. 

Ms. Julia O. Hughes 
WMU Director 



Brotherhood Report 

I am happy to report that this has been an encouraging year for Brotherhood in the 
West Chowan Association. We are beginning to grow in our efforts to Mission Work. 
We have participated in many activities this year. There were several mission projects 
done by our churches this year. We hope this will be an even more prosperous year in 
the work of Missions. There was an Annual Training session at Meherrin Baptist 
Church in October 1987 for the Brotherhood and RA Leaders. A RA Track Meet was 
held in May 1988 at the Ahoskie High School. 

In May, I attended the Key Leadership meeting at Ridgecrest. It was during this time 
that I learned of many changes that were taking place with the Brotherhood and RA 
Departments. For the Brotherhood a cassette tape will be available every other month to 
keep us informed as to what the Baptists are doing in mission work. I believe that this 
will be very helpful. One of our goals will be to become more involved in mission work. 
Also, for the new year we need to get ourselves better organized within the Association 
so that we can work together on some of our Mission Projects. 

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w'ltfi God 
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We have faith and believe that God wants to use us in bigger and better things for this 
coming new year. We invite you to be a part of that. Let us continue to be stronger, for 
stronger Brotherhoods build strong churches. 



Another rewarding church year has drawn to a close for the musicians of WCBA. 
There is always a need for greater, continued commitment as we serve the Lord with 
singing and instrumental music. 

The events of this year were emphasized with leadership training and activities for all 
age groups. Eleven churches participated in Key Leadership training, 13 churches were 
represented at the Foreign Mission Board Appointment Service in Greensboro. Music 
directors or representatives of the 60 churches were contacted by telephone and mailings 
involving local, association, state, and SBC emphasis. All phases of the music ministry 
were stressed. We were also represented at the Regional Music, Methods and Materials 
conference in Greenville with two attending. 

Our first WCBA Children's Music Day Camp was held at the Ahoskie First Church, 
July 11-15. Musical director, Don Gober, was assisted by his wife,Regina, musical coor- 
dinator. Rev. Lonnie Armstrong served as camp pastor and Anna Belle Crouch, 
associational Music Director and Cornelia Singletary, rehearsal accompanist. These 
were assisted by eight outstanding volunteer leaders from various churches and 25 youth 
from the host church. One hundred fifteen children between grades one and six came 
from 16 churches. It was a thrilling, exciting, inspirational week for all participants. The 
camp offering to begin a fund for a new piano in the associational office was $513.35. 
The next camp is scheduled for July 10-14, 1989. 

Another innovation for the music ministry of WCBA is in having zone directors. 
These three persons will assist the associational music director in getting more informa- 
tion to those who are in churches close to them. Amy Hoggard, Pam Cox, and Thomas 
Ruffin have volunteered their services. 

Music literature and handouts have been placed in the associational office in the 
Media Room for churches to take advantage of. These inlcude materials for educating 
choir members, music worship, and Christmas services. Future plans are to have sample 
cantatas and anthems for directors to look through for receiving assistance. 

Your music director has been a part of sharing ideas for special music, leading the 
music at the quarterly Executive Promotion committee meetings, assisting in the two 
VBS clinics, leading singing at the WCBA fall and spring meetings, singing with the 
choir at the state Key Leadership conference as well as participating in the workshop at 
Ridgecrest. 

Thank you for the opportunity to be of service to you and our loving Heavenly 
Father. We can look forward to having another good year. Call on me! I'll do my best 
to help you! What are your needs? 




In His Service, 
Rev. Ray Craig 
Association Brotherhood Director 



Music Report 




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Anna Belle Crouch 
Associational Music Director 



Nominating Committee Report 



Moderator Mrs. Billy (Corene) Harris 

Vice-Moderator Rev. Joe McLean 

Clerk Mr. Floyd Barmer 

Treasurer Ms. Sally Ann Barber 

Sunday School Director Rev. Herman Hicks 

Church Training Director Rev. Billy Nale 

Music Director Ms. Anna Belle Crouch 

Brotherhood Director Rev. Ray Craig 

Evangelism Director Rev. Windell Patterson 

Stewardship Director Mr. Robert (Bob) Spivey 

Missions Development Director Rev. James Hester 

Youth Director Rev. John McGinnis 

RA Director Rev. Jimmy Ward 

(Approved on April 26, 1988, to take office at the conclusion of the Fall meeting.) 

Representatives for Institutions and Agencies 

Homes for the Aging Mrs. Elaine Meyers 

Colleges Dr. Hargus Taylor 

Children's Homes Mr. Jim Garrison 

Christian Life and Public Affairs Rev. Jim Langford 

Hospitals Mrs. Grace Mitchell 

Committee on Nominations 
Mr. Leslie White, Chairman 
Mr. Ben Sutton 
Mr. J.W. Barkley 
Mrs. Herbery Jenkins 
Rev. Jack Byrd 
Mr. William Lawrence 
Mrs. Betty Jean Baugham 
Mrs. Elaine Meyers 
Mrs. Sue Todd 

Stewardship Development Committee Report 

On May 3 1 , a Stewardship Development Dinner Meeting was held in the new office 
conference room. Rev. Ken Batts, from the Stewardship Division of the Baptist State 
Convention, challenged those present on the values and life-styles that honor the Lord 
through stewardship commitment. 

The committee met in September, to prepare a budget for the new church year 
1988-89. It has already been approved by the Associational Council and the Executive 
Promotion Committee. Final action will be taken in the annual Association meeting. 

The new budget reflects approximately five percent over last year's budget. We are 
asking the churches to increase their giving to the Association by one percent of the 
undesignated collection plate dollars in 1989. This is a necessity, if we meet our budget 
and other obligations already made. 

Robert B. Spivey, Chairman 



Giving to the Association and Through 
the COOPERATIVE PROGRAM Aids 
Our Church in Fulfilling Its Mission. 




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Missions Development Committee Report 



The Missions Development Committee has been involved in Foreign Missions this 
year. With the $1,000.00 that was allotted to us in the budget we have given $200.00 to 
Rev. Phillip Knott, pastor of Merry Hill Baptist Church. This is to be used for expenses 
in a Preaching Mission in Antigua. We have also given $200.00 to Rev. Tim Coins, 
pastor of Christian Harbor Baptist Church, to be used in a Preaching Mission to 
Trinidad. We have given $600.00 to Miss Sue Todd, lay member of Ross Baptist 
Church. She will be teaching for one year in China. This depleted our budgeted amount 
and we feel that it has been worthwhile. All the churches who gave to Association Mis- 
sions this year have been or will be a part of evangelistic efforts in these three areas. 160 

To God be the Glory! 
James Hester, Chairman 



Evangelism 

During the past year, the input of the Evangelism Committee was valuable in plan- 
ning evangelism emphases in the West Chowan Association. The Evangelism Rally in 
February was held at Chowan College with approximately 150 people in attendance. Ef- 
forts, however, to plan and conduct a Spiritual Preparation Retreat, were unsuccessful. 
The latter was to have been part of the preparation for The Year of the Laity in 
Evangelism and Discipleship. 

We now turn our attention to future events. A Lay Evangelism School for Pastors 
and Key Leaders is being planned for November 1-5 (Tuesday - Saturday, 7:00 - 9:00 
p.m.), 1988. The school will be conducted in the association office building. Should 
registration exceed the capacity of the building, we will move to a church facility. The 
teacher will be the Reverend Harold Green, pastor of Arlington Street Baptist Church, 
Greenville, North Carolina. In conjunction with, or following shortly thereafter. 
Teacher Certification Training will be made available to Pastors and Lay Leaders, so 
they may in turn conduct Lay Evangelism Schools in their Church (es). 

The major event being promoted in the area of evangelism, over the next two years, is 
the 1990 Simultaneous Revivals. Associations will begin their preparation with an 
Associational Steering Committee Meeting, led by someone provided by the State 
Evangelism Department, in January or February 1989. Subsquently, there will be a 
number of events scheduled in preparation for the revivals. The theme is, "Here's 
Hope, Jesus Cares for You," and the date for our area of the state is March 18-25, 
1990. 

Churches are encouraged to vote early to participate, and to start making their plans 
for their revival. There will be several events conducted in the association to aid church 
leaders in preparing for their revivals. These will be great opportunities for us to pray, 
plan, and work together as we commit ourselves to the most urgent task before us, 
namely, the winning of people and discipling them for Jesus Christ and His Kingdom. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Windell R. Patterson 
Director of Evangelism 



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"How did my offering last Sunday pay over 7.000 
missionaries?" Through Ihe 

(frrC^^^^^B^ Cooperative Program, 

'/^ of course. 




Building and Grounds Committee Report 



Your Home and Grounds Committee has been hard at work through the association 
year of 1987-88. We have met and decided that there were some very primary needs and 
some not quite so primary that needed to be taken care of in regards to our buildings 
and grounds. In this meeting, we outlined the work needed to be done at the association 
office and the Director of Missions' home. 

Director of Missions' home: 

1. Cut limbs from trees in front yard 

2. Replace sewage line to road 

3. Cut trees roots in yard 

4. New roof on Director of Missions' home 

5. Caulk front porch to home and paint 

6. Remove two front outside louvered wood doors and replace with storm doors 

7. Move screening fence back about 100 feet, move shrubs and extend driveway 

8. Put small utility building in backyard for storage 

9. Insulate attic walls and underneath floor 
10. Repciir and/or replace dripping faucets 

Associational office: 

1 . Cleaning of office 

2. Mowing of grass and trimming shrubs 

3. Paving of parking area and driveways 
Repairs and work already completed 

A work day was planned for the association on July 9, 1988. The work was held as 
scheduled with about eight or ten people responding to the call.. Some of the work and 
repairs needed were accomplished on that day and others have been completed since 
then. However, there is still much work to be done. 

Other important things to be done are: 

1 . Director of Missions' home needs insulating, windows, walls attic and underneath 
the floor. 

2. A utility building is desperately needed for storage. 

3. The parking area and driveways to the association office need paving. 
Realizing we still owe money on the heat/air conditioner units installed last year in the 

Director of Missions' home, the home and grounds committee is recommending to the 
association that our Stewardship Development Committee be instructed to authorize 
some fund raising programs so money might be made available to take care of these 
three important items: 

1 . Insulate Director of Missions' home 

2. Secure or build a utility building 

3. Pave parking area and driveways to association office 

Respectfully submitted, 
Nathan Copeland 
William Lawrnece 
Mrs. Velma Williford 
Mrs. Corene Harris 
Harry Ward 
Lemar Wheeler 



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Resolution Committee Report 



The West Chowan Baptist Association in its 105th session, held at Elam and 
Seaboard Baptist Churches, on October 18 and 19, 1988, propose the following resolu- 
tions. 

1 . Be it resolved that we express our appreciation to these churches and the co-host 
churches, Mt. Carmel Baptist and Pleasant Grove Baptist, for their warm 
hospitality and special meals. 

2. Our thanks to individuals and groups who led our sessions with inspiring music. 

3. Our thanks to Rev. Wendell Patterson, pastor of Robert's Chapel Baptist Church, 
and Rev. Edwin Dacus, pastor of Holly Gove Baptist Church, for our annual ser- 
mons, and to the missionary speakers. Miss Carol Leigh Humphries, and Rev. 
Boyd A. O'Neil. 

4. Our thanks to the representatives of our North Carolina Baptist schools and in- 
stitutions who spoke concerning these ministries. 

5. Our appreciation to Mrs. Corene Harris, our Moderator, for her work. 

6. Our thanks to Mrs. JoAnn Mizelle for her time and work on our Book of Reports 
this year. 

John W. Spencer, Chairman 
Shelby Stephens 
David Brinkley 



Messengers 



AHOSKIE FIRST 
Mrs. Betty Joyner 
Mrs. Margaret Springfield 
Mrs. Lena Jernigan 
Mrs. Emily Miller 
Mrs. Ella Morris 
Mrs. Dot Williford 
Mrs. Hannah Brown 

ASHLEY'S GROVE 
Mr. Thomas Colston 
Mrs. Bertha Colston 
Mrs. Retha Vann 
Ms. Lora Oliver 

ASKEWVILLE 
Rev. Freddie Harris 
Mrs. Jo- Ann Mizelle 
Mrs. Christine Cobb 
Mrs. Sarah L. Mizelle 
Mr. Truett White 

AULANDER 

Mrs. Skippy Jenkins 
Mrs. Glema Demario 
Mrs. Maggie Roberson 
Mrs. Cleo Tinkham 



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BETHANY 

Mrs. Mary Miller 
Rev. Michael R. Redus 

BETHEL 

Mrs. Junie Barnes 
Mrs. Reba Mayle 

BETHLEHEM 

Ms. Clarine Bazemore 
Ms. Hilda Tinkham 

BRANTLEY'S GROVE 
Mr. Ezra M. Vann 
Mrs. Ernestine Vann 

BUCKHORN 

Mrs. R.G. Whitley 
Mrs. Virginia Cobb 
Mr. William Lawrence 
Mrs. Ray Craig 
Mrs. William Lawrence 
Miss Hannah Picot 

CAPEHARTS 
Rubelle Jones 
Eloise Carter 
H.G. Evans, Jr. 
Raycene Baker 
Myles Baker 



CASHIE 

Mrs. Jack Byrd 

Mrs. Virginia Hardison 

Mrs. Revah Rhodes 

Mr. and Mrs. Julian Phelps 

Mr. James E. Harrell 

Mrs. Jane Fisher 

CENTER GROVE 
Mrs. Gladys Davis 
Mr. David Brinkley 
Mrs. Tommy Overton 
Mr. Robert Brinkley 
Mr. Alton Dilday 
Mrs. Alton Dilday 

CHRISTIAN HARBOR 
Rev. Timothy Goins 
Mrs. Ethel Lassiter 
Mr. Paul Lassiter 
Mrs. Lillian Norvelle 

COLERAIN 

Mrs. A.C. Holioman 
Mrs. Odell Mitchell 
Mrs. Jim Edwards 

CONNARITSA 
Rev. Bruce Brown 
Miss Lula Chamblee 
Mrs. Hazel Francis 
Mrs. Adelaide Jenkins 

CONWAY 

Mrs. Edward James 
Mr. James Martin 
Mrs. Leroy Taylor 
Mrs. C.J. Watson 
Mr. Russell Johnson, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Brittle 

CREECH MEMORIAL 
Mr. Stanley Horton 
Mrs. Lillian Horton 
Mr. Lonnie Skinner 
Mrs. Ella Mae Skinner 
Mrs. Velma Mitchell 

CREEKSVILLE 
Mrs. Earl Lassiter 
Mrs. Gladys Bridgers 
Mrs. Leroy Barrett 
Mrs. Haywood Lassiter 



Mrs. George Flythe, Sr. 
Mr. Roy Pierce 

EARLYS 

Mr. and Mrs. L.W. Myers 
Mrs. L.P. Britton 

ELAM 

Mrs. Mattie Harris 
Mrs. Margarett Kee 
Mrs. Catherine Painter 
Mr. Carlton Howell 

ELM GROVE 

Mr. Starkey Jernigan 
Mrs. Mattie Jernigan 
Mr. Aubrey Mizelle 
Mrs. Hattie Mae Mizelle 
Mrs. Cora L. Newbern 
Mrs. Helen Brown 

GALATIA 
Mrs. OUie Eure 
Mrs. Paul Taylor 
Miss Pauline Davis 
Mr. Jesse Flythe 
Mrs. Lucille Flythe 

GREEN'S CROSS 
Mr. Franklin Mizelle 
Mrs. Jean Simpson 
Mrs. Nancy Bunch 
Mr. Rhoda Lawrnece 
Mrs. Pat Mizelle 
Mrs. Betty Mizelle 

HARRELLSVILLE 
Mr. Richard Liverman 
Mrs. Maude White 
Mrs. Joan Davidson 

HEBRON 

Mrs. Wilma Early 
Mrs. Simone Miles 

HOLLY GROVE 
Miss Willie B. Bazemore 
Mrs. Mildred Narron 

HOLLY SPRINGS 
Lewter Perry 
Helen Miller 
Mittie Miller 



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HORTON'S 
Mrs. Charlie S. Powell 
Mr. Joe E. Phelps 
Mrs. Dennis Bazemore 

JACKSON 

Mr. L.T. Warrick 
Mr. W.J. Little, Jr. 
Mr. L.R. Biggerstaff 
Mr. Roy F. Lowry 
Mrs. H.A. Britton 
Mrs. Howard G. Bridgers 

KELFORD 
Mrs. Irene Outland 
Mrs. Mary Baker 
Mrs. Beatrice Copeland 

LAWRENCE 
Mr. and Mrs. James White 
Mrs. Jane Cobb 

LEWISTON FIRST 
Mr. George Britton 
Mr. Douglas Murray 

MARGARETTSVILLE 
Mildred Glover 
Shirley Vaughan 
Helen Vick 

MARS HILL 

Mrs. Margaret Davidson 
Ms. Vera Powell 
Mrs. Johnny Lou Northcott 
Mrs. Clara Lee Davidson 

MEHERRIN 
W.J. Parker 
Edith Parker 
L.T. Whitson 
Doris Riggs 
Laura Ruth Parker 
Robert James 
Helen Vinson 
Myra Northcott 

MENOLA 

Mrs. Elizabeth Britton 
Mrs. Ruby Peede 
Mrs. Ernestine Northcott 
Mr. Gilbert Northcott 



MERRY HILL 

Mrs. Margaret White 
Mr. Bert Willis, Sr. 

MT. CARMEL 
Mrs. Rosa Long 
Mr. James Sears 

MT. TABOR 

Mrs. Clara Tinkham 
Mr. Jerome Tinkham 
Mrs. Elizabeth Dixon 
Mr. and Mrs. CM. King 

MURFREESBORO 
Mrs. Shirley Pike 
Miss Anna Belle Crouch 
Mr. Hargus Taylor 
Rev. Thomas H. Caulkins 

OAK GROVE 
Leona Rogerson 
Helen Rawls 
Godfrey Terry 

POTECASI 
Lala Hornok 

POWELLSVILLE 

Mrs. Margaret B. Askew 
Mrs. Belle Castello 

REPUBLICAN 
Mrs. Ruby Harmon 
Mrs. Lyda White 
Mrs. Millie Stocks 
Mr. Wilson Jernigan 

RICH SQUARE 
Mr. William Cutrell 
Mrs. Katrine Parker 
Mrs. Mildred Parker 
Mrs. Elizabeth Boyce 

RIVERSIDE 

Mrs. Rhodes Pratt 

ROBERT'S CHAPEL 
Jean Home 
Edith Patterson 
Florence Askew 
Montie Jenkins 



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ROSS 

Mrs. Sarah Hoggard 
Mrs. Fannye Neamond 
Mrs. Corinne Miller 
Mrs. Elizabeth Bunch 
Mr. Paul Basham 
Mrs. Sadie Hoggard 

SANDY RUN 
Mrs. Verna Bracy 
Mrs. Pauline Johnson 
Mrs. Lucy Hall 

SEABOARD 

Mrs. Francis Parker 
Mrs. Hazel Johnson 
Mrs. Mary Edwards 
Mrs. John Spencer 

SEVERN 
Maude Eure 
Dick Eure 
Ann Barnes 
J.W. Barkley 
Lucille Taylor 



SILOAM 

Mr. A.L. Leggett 
Ms. Beberly Jernigan 
Mrs. Carol Whitaker 

WAKELON 

Mr. John H. Perry 
Mr. Roy Matthews 

WINTON 

Harry B. Ward, Jr. 
H.M. Brett 
Emma R. Parker 
Mrs. Nancy Watson 
Mrs. Grafton Piland 
Mrs. Allston Askew 

WOODLAND 

Mrs. Nancy S. Timberlake 
Miss Roberta Outland 
Miss Helen Griffin 
Miss Dare Griffin 
Mr. John H. Liverman 
Rev. Lemar Wheeler 
Mrs. Vivian Wheeler 
Mrs. Hazel Ward 
Mr. Howard Vaughan 



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Memorials 



AHOSKIE FIRST 
Mrs. Hugh Harrell 
Mrs. Una Holloman 
Mrs. Ruth Kirkland 
Mrs. Gertiude Sessoms 
Mr. Olin Lee 
Miss Vivian Powell 
Mrs. James Sullivan 
Mrs. C.R. Penny 
Mr. Bobby Cross 
Mrs. Fannie Vaughan 
Mr. Harvey Purvis 
Mr. Bill Odom 
Mr. Clayton Godwin 

ASHLEY'S GROVE 
Mr. Richard Russell 
Mrs. Valeria Askew 
Mr. Robert Jones, Jr. 
Mrs. Bertha L. Sauls 

ASKEWVILLE 
Mr. George Sedath 
Mr. Charles White 

AULANDER 

Mrs. Betty Davidson (1987) 
Mr. Lokie Harmon 
Mr. Robert Jenkins 
Mr. Edward Bazemore 
Mrs. Gastiene Burden 
Mr. Frank Winslow 
Mr. Arthur Dempsey 
Mrs. Irene Bradley 
Mr. Frank Cooke 

BETHANY 

Mr. Frank Daniels 
Mrs. Mattie Perry 
Mr. Raeford Perry 

BETHEL 

Mr. Marvin Deloach 
Mr. Lloyd Bass 
Mr. Joe Ellis 
Miss Betty Lou Faison 
Mrs. Katie Massey 




BETHLEHEM 

Mrs. Genola B. Wiggins 

BRANTLEY'S GROVE 
Mrs. Dessie B. Daughtie 
Mr. Thomas Chamblee 
Mr. George Brinkley 
Mrs. Lillie B. Godwin 
Mrs. Lizzie P. Payne 

BUCKHORN 

Mrs. Delphia K. Bryant 
Mr. James R. Rose - Deacon 
Mrs. Shirley F. Spruill 
Mrs. Linda K. Taylor 

CAPEHARTS 
Mrs. Edith White 
Mr. Benjamin Baker 
Mr. J. Linwood Smith 
Mrs. Zula Perry 

CASHIE 

Mr. H.A. Kerney 

Mr. Wilbur Russell 

Miss Kimberly Jackson 

Mr. Julius Smith 

Mrs. Rena W. Copeland 

Mr. Milton A. Ward 

Mrs. Emily C. Heath 

Mr. Robert C. White - Deacon 

Mr. Edward W. Tynes 

Mrs. Lillie W. White 

Mrs. Hunter Barber 

CENTER GROVE 
Mr. A. James Early 
Mrs. Nellie M. Dilday 

CONNARITSA 
Mr. Curtis Howard 
Mr. Winston Jenkins 

CONWAY 

Mr. Haywood G. Davis 
Mrs. Margie S. Griffith 
Mr. Jesse Davis 
Mr. Ralph Bryant 



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Mrs. Margaret V. Vann 
Mr. J.C. Hedspeth, Jr. 
Mr. Carlton W. Ricks 
Mrs. Emma L. Duke 

CREEKSVILLE 

Mr. Harbie Martin - Deacon 

CHRISTIAN HARBOR 
Mrs. Lessie Mae Norvelle 
Mr. Earl Lowe - Deacon 
Mrs. Odell W. Pierce 

COLERAIN 

Miss Mildred Wilson 

Mr. Ted Parker 

Mrs. Margaret Shoulders 

Mr. Carlton Barnes - Deacon 

Mrs. Blanche White 

Mr. Ed Cullipher, Sr. 

Mrs. Mary A. Freeman 

Mrs. Myrtle Phelps 

Mr. J.C. Beasley 

Mr. C.B. Morris 

Mrs. Earle Merritt 

Mrs. Nettie Harrell 

Mr. Ben Goodrich 

Mr. Meredith Daniels 

CREECH MEMORIAL 
Mrs. Beulah L. Pritchard 
Mrs. Aulalia Weathersbee 
Mrs. Margaret H. Sessoms 

EARLY'S 

Mrs. Mamie L. Vann 
Mr. Edward E. Newbold 

EDGEWOOD 

Mrs. Mary A. Williams 
Mrs. Martha H. Dunlow 

ELAM 

Mrs. Viola Hughes 

Mr. W.T. Stephenson 

Mr. Charlie Painter - Deacon 

ELM GROVE 

Mrs. Magnolia Jernigan 
Mrs. Mary C. Jernigan 
Mr. Glen Myers 
Mrs. Betty Rae Castellow 



GALATIA 

Mrs. Audrey Maddrey 
Mrs. Lucy R. Lifsey 
Mr. Stanley Davis 

GREEN'S CROSS 
Mrs. Judy Carrano 
Mrs. Mable Phelps 
Mrs. Margaret Phelps 

HARRELLSVILLE 
Mrs. Irma Cowan 
Mrs. H.S. House 
Mr. R.C. Mason, Jr. 
Mrs. Clarence Newsome 
Mr. J.C. Vaughan 

HEBRON 

Mrs. Bessie Beale 
Mrs. Laura Outland 

HOLLY GROVE 
Mr. Rhutman P. White - Deacon 

HOLLY SPRINGS 
Mr. Michael Fletcher 

HORTON'S 

Mrs. Virgil P. Harrell 
Mrs. Ollie D. Odom 

JACKSON 
Mrs. Beulah L. Boyd 
Mrs. Bessie Vinson 

LEWISTON FIRST 
Ms. Lette L. Harrington 
Mr. Jack Pelle 
Mrs. Mildred Davis 
Mr. Clyde Askew 

MARS HILL 
Mr. Harvey L, Pearce - Deacon 
Mrs. Annie Belch 
Mrs. Frances Brown 

MENOLA 

Mrs. Helen Burkett 

MERRY HILL 
Mrs. Louise Lowe 
Mrs. Pauline Smithwick 
Mr. Ralph Smithwick 



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MT. CARMEL 
Mr. Maylon Parker 
Mr. John Ricks 

MT. TABOR 

Mr. Coleman Felton 
Mr. Luther J. Hill 

MEHERRIN 

Mrs. Lula Lowers 
Mr. Ralph Blowe, Sr. 

MURFREESBORO 
Mrs. Jessie Hedgepeth 

OAK GROVE 

Mr. Daris Dunlow - Deacon 

PLEASANT GROVE 
Mrs. Bernice D. Straver 
Mr. Hubert Story 
Mr. Clifton Joyner 
Mrs. Jillie T. Rogerson 
Mr. David Bryant 
Mr. Ralph H. Evans 
Mr. Willie Nichols 

POWELLSVILLE 
Mr. Willie Brown 

RICH SQUARE 

Mrs. Margaret V. Harper 
Mrs. Blanche Askew 
Mr. Boshia Morris 
Mrs. Lucy Britton 
Mrs. Patricia Robbins 
Mrs. Lucy Bo wen 

ROBERT'S CHAPEL 
Mr. Broadus Liverman - Deacon 
Mrs. Clara Edwards 

RIVERSIDE 
Mr. U.S. Hassel 
Mr. Melton Cullipher - Deacon 

ROSS 

Miss Thelma Williford 
Mrs. Clarice H. Mizelle 
Miss Barbara K. Miller 
Mrs. Ethel W. Castelloe 
Mr. Kelly Hoggard - Deacon 
Mr. Glen wood Dunlow 



SANDY RUN 

Mr. H.M. McLawhorn 
Mrs. Lillian E. Smith 
Mrs. Mary Lucy Bryant 
Mr. George H. Jillcott 
Mrs. Myrtle Minton 

SEABOARD 

Mr. Warren Brown 
Mrs. Estelle Stephenson 

SEVERN 

Mr. C.K. Futrell 
Mr. Colin Outland 
Mrs. Edna W. Martin 

ST. JOHN'S 

Mrs. Lucy Baggett 
Mrs. Clorine Beale 
Mr. James Holliday 

UNION 

Mr. J.E. Lewis 

WINTON 

Mrs. Maude Parker 

Mr. Henry Piland - Deacon 

WOODLAND 
Mrs. Ruth Shorts 
Mrs. Lida Reynolds 
Mrs. Kathryn Davis 
Mrs. Marquerite Bazemore 
Mr. Juels W. Ward - Deacon 
Mrs. Blannie Whitley 
Mr. Retha Lassiter 
Mrs. Elizabeth Shackleford 
Mrs. Irene Vaughan 




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Early Bird Churches 



The following churches had their church letter in the Association office on or before 



the 


deadline of October 7, 1988. 


They are listed as they came in. 




1. 


Conway - September 30th 


14. Margarettsville 


27. 


Ross 


2. 


Siloam 


15. Woodland 


28. 


Severn 


3. 


Oak Grove 


16. Pleasant Grove 


29. 


Potecasi 


4. 


Murfreesboro 


17. Buckhorn 


30. 


Rich Square 


5. 


Mt. Tabor 


18. Winton 


31. 


Cashie 


6. 


Holly Grove 


19. Union 


32. 


Mars Hill 


7. 


Menola 


20. Jackson 


33. 


Powellsville 


8. 


Galatia 


21. Brantley's Grove 


34. 


Christian Harbor 


9. 


Connaritsa 


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35. 


Aulander 


10. 


Sandy Run 


23. Colerain 


36. 


Meherrin 


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37. 


Wakelon 


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40. 


Askewville 




Historical Events 

ASKEWVILLE: Redecorated downstairs education building; celebrated church's 75th 
anniversary. 

CENTER GROVE: Installed cushions on pews. 

CHRISTIAN HARBOR: Ordained pastor, Rev. Coins; installed speaker system in 

church; purchased tape copier. 
COLERAIN: Dedication of blinds and drapes for pastor's study; dedication of lights 

for inside and outside of fellowship hall and outside of the church. 
CONNARITSA: Drapes were installed in the fellowship hall, two classrooms and the 

pastor's study; a cross-stitched picture of the Lord's Supper was given to the 

church by Lula and Lindsey Chamblee in memory of Deacon Clyde Francis. 
CREEKSVILLE: Purchased van in 1987; van debt paid off; new shingle top on church; 

built shelter adjoining fellowship hall for cook-outs and storing van. 
EARLY'S: Chimes were given to the church in memory of Deacon J.B. Early by his 

family. 

ELAM: Church celebrated its 200th anniversary. 
ELM GROVE: Built a van garage. 

GALATIA: Hired part-time secretary. Church had first pictorial directory made. 
HOLLY SPRINGS: Put siding on fellowship house. 

HORTON'S: Installed two new ceiling fans in the church; one was given in memory 

of Mrs. Ollie D. Odom. 
KELFORD: New carpet installed; new chairs and seven for choir. 



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LEWISTON FIRST: Renovated the fellowship hall. 

MEHERRIN: Celebrated 259th year; padded pews; chair lift installed; carpeted sanc- 
tuary, office area, balcony; picnic shelter built; Acteens were activators at 
Cherokee. 

MERRY HILL: New storage building at parsonage. 

OAK GROVE: Received from North Carolina State Convention a certificate for 150th 

birthday of church. 
REPUBLICAN: Honored Deacon Wilson Jernigan. 

ROSS: Mrs. Sue Todd commissioned as a volunteer missionary; balcony in church 

renovated; new carpeting and vinyl installed in educational building. 
SANDY RUN: Celebration of WMU 100th anniversary. 

SEABOARD: WMU observed 100th anniversary with nice celebration; baptized three, 
one to transfer into our congregation; preparations being made for church's 100th 
birthday. 

SEVERN: Began to raise money to add steeple and chimes to building; one member 

contributed several thousand dollars. 
WOODLAND: The conference room of the new Associational building was named 

"The Lemar Wheeler Room" in honor of our pastor. 



Annual Session Schedule 



1989 



Spring Meeting - Lasker Baptist Church 

Fall Meeting: 

First Day - Colerain Baptist Church 
Second Day - Connaritsa Baptist Church 



Christian Harbor Baptist Church 
Horton's Baptist Church 



Ross Baptist Church 



1990 



Spring Meeting - Lewiston Baptist Church 

Fall Meeting: 

First Day - Meherrin Baptist Church 
Second Day - Kelford Baptist Church 



Holly Springs Baptist Church 
Ahoskie First Baptist Church 



Bethlehem Baptist Church 




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Historical Table for Fall Sessions 





MEETING 










YEAR 


PLACE 


MODERATOR 


CLERK 


PREACHER 


TEXT 


1951 


Aulander, Buckhorn 


Oscar Creech 


P.T. Won«U 


E.G. Upchurch 


Eph. 6:10-18 


1952 


Conway, Cashie 


Oscar Creech 


P.T. WorreU 


E.S. Morgan 


Exodus 14 


1953 


Seaboard, Chowan 
CoUege 


Oscar Creech 


P.T. Worrell 


Frank Robinson 


Isa. 54:2 


1954 


Mars Hill, Colerain 


Herbert Jenkins 


Mrs. Jesse F. Colston 


Wayne Scott 


Rom. 6:19-23 


1955 


Rich Square, 
Woodland 


Herbert Jenkins 


P.T. Worrell 


W.P. Milne 


II Cor. 8:7 


1956 


Riverside, 
Ahoskie, First 


Merrill Evans 


J.M. Long 


Robert Johns 


Heb. 12:3 


1957 


Ashley's Grove, 
Murfreesboro 


Merrill Evans 


J.M. Long 


Eugene Johns 


Acts 2 


1958 


Meherrin, Chowan 
Coll^, Powellsville 


C. Gordon Maddrey 


Levi Gillikin, Jr. 


J.M. Long 


Luke 10:1-7 


1959 


Lewiston, Bethany 


C. Gordon Maddrey 


Levi Gillikin, Jr. 


Rowland S. Pruette 


John 17:13-23 


1960 


Conway, Rich Square 


W.T. Charles 


Levi Gillikin, Jr. 


W. Isaac TerreU 


Eph.3:l-13 


1961 


Ahoskie, First, 
Aulander 


W.T. Charles 


Levi Gillikin, Jr. 


E. Earl Haynes 


Gal. 4:1-14 


1962 


Chowan College, 
Cashie 


E. Len Weston 


K.E. Bryant 


John D. Davis 


Matt. 28:19-20 


1963 


Woodland, 
Center Grove 


E. Len Weston 


K.E. Bryant 


B.J. Traywick 


Haggai 1 


1964 


Colerain, Galatia 


Dr. W.R. Parker 


K.E. Bryant 


Lee Roy Campbell 


Rom. 13:11-14 


1965 


Creeksville, Mars Hill 


J.L. Walter Moose 


K.E. Bryant 


Bennie Pledger 


Phil. 1:21 


1966 


Cashie, Chowan 
CoUege 


Rowland S. Pruette 


K.E. Bryant 


E. Len Weston 


Acts 1:8 


1967 


Murfreesboro, 
Askewville 


Rowland Pruette 


K.E. Bryant 


Gwyn P. Sullivan 
Ernest Poston 


Ps. 96:2 


1968 


Riverside, Meherrin 


C.E. Thomas 


L. Thad Prevatte 


T.M. Jones 


John 20:19 


1969 


Sandy Run, 
Rich Square 


C.E. Thomas 


L. Thad Prevatte 


Billy T. Mabley 
George F. Turner 


Eph. 4:4 


1970 


Ahoskie, First, Cashie 


Russell Johnson, Jr. 


L. Thad Prevatte 


Tom H. CauUdns 
Herman T. Dilday 




1971 


Conway, Capeharts 


Russell Johnson, Jr. 


Henry W. Stough 


Joe D. McLean 
Walter Jones 


I Cor. 12:1-6 
Eph. 5:1-17 


1972 


Aulander, Lewiston 


Terry J. Jones 


Henry W. Stough 


H.L. Coppedge 
Walter F. HiU 


Heb. 9:22 
Exo. 4:1-5 


1973 


Winton, Connaritsa 


W.L. Downs 


Henry W. Stough 


Vincent Young 
Jack H. Mace 


James 1:18-27 
John 8:30-32 


1974 


Greens Cross, 
Capeharts 


Roben B. Spivey 


Mrs. Walter S. Jones 


Joseph Polinski 
Harold Riunfelt 


Col. 3 


1975 


Colerain, Harrelkville 


Robert B. Spivey 


Ronald Richardson 


Tim Sellers 
Ronald Richardson 


Judges 7 


1976 


Murfreesboro 


Russell Johnson, Jr. 


Ronald Richardson 


Lonnie K. Armstrong 
D.H. McCoUough 


Matt. 28:19-20 


1977 


Galatia, 

Brantley's Grove 


Russell Johnson, Jr. 


Mrs. Faye Scott 


Jack Byrd 
Delbert Burnett 




1978 


Rich Square, 
Republican 


Bobby Cross 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


Larry Pittman 
Gerald Riggs 


Mt. 13:31-33 


1979 


Ross, Mars Hill 


Bobby Cross 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


Hubert Mizelle 
Kenneth Pittman 


Mk. 4:35 


1980 


Pleasant Grove, 


Robbie Parker 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


Robert C. White 






Bethlehem 






Dr. W.D. Morris 




1981 


Severn, Jackson 


Robbie Parker 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


Lemar Wheeler 
J.N. Raggett 


Hosea 7:1-7 
Nehemiah 1:1-1 


1982 


Creech Memorial, 
Earlys 


Lemar Wheeler 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


Robbie Parker 
James Langford 


Numben 32:1-7 
Luke 10:25-37 


1983 


Woodland, Cashie 


Lemar Wheeler 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


Jerry Wallace 
Harold White 




1984 


Riverside, Creeksville 


William G. Lawrence 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


James Hester 
Mark Morris 


2 Cor. 4 
Neh. 1:3-5; 


1985 


Siloam, Union 


William G. Lawrence 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


Richard Cooke 
P. T. Worrell 


1 Peter 2:9-12 
John 4:19-30 



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Aulander, 

Ashley's Grove 

Galatia, 

Askewville 

Elam 

Seaboard 



Nathan Copeland, III 
Nathan Coj>eland, III 
Corene Harris 



Mrs. Henry Powell 
Mr. Floyd Barmer 
Mr. Floyd Barmer 



Wayne Simpson 
Cecil Harkey, Jr. 
Hugh Mizelle 
James Ward 
Windell Patterson 
Edwin Dacus 



Matt. 28:16-20 
Judges 5 
John 15 
Rev. 3:14-22 



Historical Table of Spring Sessions 



MEETING 
YEAR PLACE 

1986 Elm Grove 

1987 Center Grove 

1988 Winton 



MODERATOR 
Nathan Copeland 
Nathan Copeland 
Corene Harris 



CLERK 

Mrs. Henry Powell 
Mr. Floyd Barmer 
Mr. Flovd Barmer 



PREACHER 
Dr. W.D. Morris 
Rev. Cleve Wilkie 
Rev. Shelbv Stevens 



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The 1988 Annual 
of the 

West Chowan Baptist Association 
is concluded with 
the following statistical tables 
for your further 
information and reference. 

Table A - Church Membership 

Table B - Sunday School 

Table D - Music Ministry 

Table E - Woman's Missionary Union 

Table F - Brotherhood 

Table G - Total Receipts, Expenditures, Stewardship 
Table H - Mission Expenditures 
Table I - Special Information 
Table C - Church Training 



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Director of Assoc. Missions: 
Rev. Lonnie R. Armstrong, 
P.O. Box 21 5, Ahoskie, NC 27910 

Year Ending 9/30/88 


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ASKEWVILLE 
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North Carolina 
Assoc. Brotherhood Director: 

Rev. Ray Craig, P.O. Box 67, 

Como, NC 27818 
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JACKSON 

LEWISTON FIRST 
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MERRY HILL 
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RICH SQUARE 
ROBERT'S CHAPEL . 
ROSS 

SEABOARD 
SEVERN 
SI LOAM 
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UNION 

WINTON (RA) 
WOODLAND 

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LOCAL EXPENDITURES 
& STEWARDSHIP 

West Chowan 
North Carolina 

Assoc. Treas.: Miss Sally Ann 
Barber, Rt. 2 Box 22, 
Ahoskie, NC 27910 

Year Ending 9/30/88 


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6,643 
50,697 
50,216 

3,139,628 
2,374,738 


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14,750 
18,239 

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6,263 
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4,621 
50,629 
23,368 


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47,424 
33,511 
53,432 

43,224 
58,371 
47,782 
34,577 


40,153 
10,279 
81,094 
59,884 

3,232,650 
3,268,126 


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50,629 
23,368 


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33,042 
51,534 

43,224 
56,864 
47,782 
34,290 


40,153 
10,279 
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3,112,525 
3,154,453 


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500 
11,838 
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330,656 
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22,650 

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9.779 
69,256 
55,734 

2,665,784 
2,606,179 


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HOLLY SPRINGS 

HORTONS 

JACKSON 

KELFORD 

LASKER 


LAWRENCE 
LEWISTON FIRST 
MARGARETTSVILLE 
MARS HILL 
MEHERRIN 
MENOLA 
MERRY HILL 
MT. CARMEL 


MT. TABOR ! 

MURFREESBORO 

OAK GROVE 

PLEASANT GROVE 

POTECASI 

POWELLSVILLE 

REPUBLICAN 

RICH SQUARE 


RIVERSIDE 
ROBERT'S CHAPEL 
ROSS 

SANDY RUN 
SEABOARD 
SEVERN 
SILOAM 
ST. JOHN'S 


UNION 
WAKELON 
WINTON 
WOODLAND 

TOTALS 

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ROSS 

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ST. JOHN'S 


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TABLE C CHURCH TRAINING 

West Chowan 
North Carolina 

Assoc. CT Director: Rev. Billy E. 

Nale, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 89, Seaboard, 

NC 27876 
Year Ending 9/30/88 


CHURCHES 


ASKEWVILLE 

BETHANY 

BETHEL 

CASH IE 

COLERAIN 

CONWAY 

CREECH MEMORIAL 
ELAM 


ELM GROVE 
GALATIA 
GREEN'S CROSS 
HOLLY SPRINGS 
JACKSON 
MT. TABOR 
MEHERRIN 
MURFRFESBORO 


SEVERN 
SI LOAM 
UNION 
WINTON 

TOTAL 

PREVIOUS YEAR TOTALS 



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1 



Maps of the 
West Chowan 
Baptist Association 



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Hertford County 




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HERTFORD COUNTY 

18. Ahoskie 

19. Bethlehem 

20. Brantley's Grove 

21. Buckhorn 

22. Christian Harbor 

23. Creech Memorial 

24. Earlys 

25. Harrellsville 

26. Holly Springs 

27. Hortons 

28. Meherrin 

29. Menola 

30. Mount Tabor 

31. Murfreesboro 

32. Oak Grove 

33. Pleasant Grove 

34. St. John's 

35. Union 

36. Winton 




COUNTY 



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Bertie County 




-93- 



EDMONDS PRINTING CO. - LAWRENCEVILLE, VA 




West Chowan Baptist Association Office 
1010 - 1014 Jersey Street 
Ahoskie, North Carolina 27910 



West Chowan 
Baptist Association 
North Carolina 



Minutes of the 
One Hundred Sixth Annual Session 



West Chowan 
Baptist Association 



held with the 

COLERAIN BAPTIST CHURCH 
Tuesday Afternoon & Evening, October 17, 1989 

and the 

CONNARITSA BAPTIST CHURCH 
Wednesday Morning & Afternoon, October 18, 1989 



The 1990 Sessions will be held: 

SPRING SESSION: Tuesday, April 24, 1990 
LEWISTON BAPTIST CHURCH 
Preacher: Rev. Rowland Pruette 
Alternate: Rev. Ronald McSwain 

FALL SESSIONS 
Tuesday, October 23, 1990 
MEHERRIN BAPTIST CHURCH 
Preacher: Rev. Jack Byrd 




and 



Wednesday, October 24, 1990 
KELFORD BAPTIST CHURCH 
Preacher: Rev. J. Lemar Wheeler 
Alternate: Rev. James Baughn 



Published in 1990 by 
Edmonds Printing Company 
Lawrenceville, Virginia 



Table of Contents 

Associational Directory 1 

1989-90 Associational Council 1 

Ministers/Wives Fellowship 2 

WMU Officers 2 

Committee on Committees 3 

Executive Promotion Committee (1989-90) 5 

Miscellaneous Directory 6 

Other Ordained Ministers 6 

Pastors , 7 

Sunday School Directors 8 

Discipleship Training 9 

Baptist Men 10 

WMU Directors 11 

Chairmen of Deacons 12 

Church Clerks 14 

Treasurers 15 

Music Directors 16 

Organists/Pianists 18 

Media Directors 20 

Constitution 21 

Proceedings of the 4th Annual Spring Session 31 

Resolution Report (Spring) 33 

History of Ross Baptist Church 34 

Proceedings of the 106th Annual Fall Session 36 

History of Colerain Baptist Church 40 

Pastor: Rev. Shelby Stephens 42 

History of Connaritsa Baptist Church 43 

Pastor: Rev. Bruce Brown 44 

Reports 

Moderator 45 

Director of Missions 46 

Executive Promotion 47 

Financial 48 

Budget 1989-90 52 

Sunday School & VBS 53 

Church Training 54 

WMU 55 

Brotherhood 55 

Music 55 

Nominating Committee 56 

Ordination 57 

Stewardship Development 58 

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Table of Contents 

Associational Directory 1 

1989-90 Associational Council 1 

Ministers/Wives Fellowship 2 

WMU Officers 2 

Committee on Committees 3 

Executive Promotion Committee (1989-90) 5 

Miscellaneous Directory 6 

Other Ordained Ministers 6 

Pastors 7 

Sunday School Directors 8 

Discipleship Training 9 

Baptist Men 10 

WMU Directors 11 

Chairmen of Deacons 12 

Church Clerks 14 

Treasurers 15 

Music Directors 16 

Organists/Pianists 18 

Media Directors 20 

Constitution 21 

Proceedings of the 4th Annual Spring Session 31 

Resolution Report (Spring) 33 

History of Ross Baptist Church 34 

Proceedings of the 106th Annual Fall Session 36 

History of Colerain Baptist Church 40 

Pastor: Rev. Shelby Stephens 42 

History of Connaritsa Baptist Church 43 

Pastor: Rev. Bruce Brown 44 

Reports 

Moderator 45 

Director of Missions 46 

Executive Promotion 47 

Financial 48 

Budget 1989-90 52 

Sunday School & VBS 53 

Church Training 54 

WMU 55 

Brotherhood 55 

Music 55 

Nominating Committee 56 

Ordination 57 

Stewardship Development 58 

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Missions Development 58 

Youth 58 

Evangelism 59 

Building and Grounds 59 

Constitution Committee 60 

Place and Preacher Committee 61 

Resolution Report (Fall) 62 

Baptist Hospital 62 

Children's Homes 63 

Baptist Retirement Homes 64 

NC Baptist Foundation 65 

Christian Action League 65 

Biblical Recorder 67 

Messengers 67 

Memorials 69 

Historical Events 73 

Annual Session Schedule 74 

Historical Table 75 

Statistical Information 77 

Associational Maps (3 counties) 97 



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Associational Directory 



General Officers 

MODERATOR 

Mrs. Billy Harris (Corene), Rt. 1 Box 193, Pendleton 27867; 585-1147 (H) 

VICE-MODERATOR 
Rev. Joe McLean, P.O. Box 445, Jackson 27845; 534-3541 (H) 

CLERK 

Mr. Floyd Barmer, Rt. 2 Box 351, Colerain 27924; 356-2876 (H), 332-3656 (O) 

TREASURER 

Miss Sally Ann Barber, Rt. 2 Box 22, Ahoskie 27910; 332-2547 (H), 332-3594 (O) 

SUNDAY SCHOOL 
Rev. Herman Hicks, Rt. 1 Box 62-F, Ahoskie 27910; 332-6968 (H), 332-3719 (O) 

MUSIC 

Miss Anna Belle Crouch, 411 Union St., Murfreesboro 27855; 398-3530 (H) 

CHURCH TRAINING 
Rev. Billy Nale, Rt. 1 Box 89, Seaboard 27876; 585-1121 (H), 585-1174 (O) 

BROTHERHOOD 
Rev. Ray Craig, P.O. Box 67, Como 27818; 398-3976 (H) 

WMU 

Mrs. Julia Hughes, P.O. Box 401, Colerain 27924; 356-4217 (H), 332-5921 (O) 



West Chowan Baptist Association Office 

1010 - 1014 Jersey Street, Post Office Box 215 
Ahoskie, North Carolina 27910 
Telephone: (919) 332-3235 

Rev. Lonnie R. Armstrong Director of Missions 

Mrs. Jo-Ann Mizelle Secretary 



1989 - 1990 Associational Council 

Moderator Rev. Gerald Riggs, 513 Meherrin Ln., Murfreesboro 27855; 

398-4963 (H) 

Vice-Moderator Mr. Norman E. Godwin, 1312 N. West St., Ahoskie 27910; 

332-2932 (H) 

Clerk Mr. Floyd Barmer, Rt. 2 Box 351 , Colerain 27924; 356-2876 (H) 

Treasurer Miss Sally Barber, Rt. 2 Box 22, Ahoskie 27910; 332-2547 (H) 

Sunday School Director Rev. Cameron Currin, Rt. 2 Box 54, Ahoskie 27910; 

332-2200 (H) 

Discipleship Training Director Rev. Billy Nale, Rt. 1 Box 89, Seaboard 27876; 

585-1121 (H) 

WMU Director Mrs. Julia Hughes, P.O. Box 401, Colerain 27924; 356-4217 (H) 

Baptist Men Director Rev. Elmer Joyner, P.O. Box 37, Gumberry 27838; 

589-5791 (H) 



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Music Director Miss Anna Belle Crouch, 41 1 Union St., Murfreesboro 27855; 

398-3530 (H) 

Evangelism Director Rev. Windell Patterson, P.O. Box 128, Pendleton 27862; 

585-1379 (H) 

Stewardship Director Rev. Ronald McSwain, P.O. Box 632, Ahoskie 27910; 

332-2923 

Missions Development Director Mrs. Corene Harris, Rt. 1 Box 193, Pendleton 

27862; 585-1147 (H) 

Pastor/Church Relations Director Rev. Joe McLean, P.O. Box 445, Jackson 

27845; 534-3541 (H) 

Ministers and Wives' Fellowship Group 

Pastors Rev. Bob Rogers, President 

Wives Mrs. Joe McLean (Betsy), President 

This fellowship group meets the first Monday of each month at 10:30 am unless it is a 
holiday or convention time. Membership fee is $3.00 per year. 

WMU Officers 1989-90 

WMU Director .... Ms. Julia O. Hughes, P.O. Box 401 , Colerain 27924; 356-4217 (H), 

332-5921 (O), Colerain 

Assistant WMU Director .Mrs. Gerald Riggs (Doris), 513 Meherrin Ln., 

Murfreesboro 27855; 398-4963 (H), Meherrin 

Secretary/Treasurer Mrs. Willie Parrish (Becky), Rt. 1 Box 49, Seaboard 21H16; 

585-1806 (H), 534-1631 (W), Ga/atia 

BW Director Mrs. R.G. Whitley (Sadie Mae), Rt. 1 Box 62, Como 27818; 

398-3312 (H), Buckhorn 

Assistant BW Director . Mrs. Jennings White (Ann), P.O. Box 147, Conway 27820; 

585-0820 (H), Conway 

BYW Director Mrs. Edgar Lowers (Donna), Rt. 1 Box 103, Cofield 27922; 

356-2941 (H), Creech Memorial 

Assistant BYW Director Mrs. Floyd Taylor (Mona), Rt. 1 Box 108, Seaboard 

27876; 585-1634 (H), 534-5811 (W), Galatia 

Acteens Director Ms. Cornelia Sumner, P.O. Box 212, Potecasi 27867; 

587-4821 (H), 539-2873 (W), Potecasi 

Assistant Acteens Director Ms. Phyllis Parker, 101 Pecan Dr., Murfreesboro 

27855; 398-5130 (H), 332-5921 (W), Meherrin 

OA Director Ms. Rita Myers, 400 N. Curtis St., Ahoskie 27910; 332-3258 (H), 

332-2588 (W), Ahoskie First 

Assistant OA Director .... Mrs. Lewis Jennings (Carolyn), P.O. Box 8, Potecasi 27867; 

587-3641 (H), Potecasi 

Mission Friends Director Mrs. Bill McEntire (Wanda), Rt. 1 Box 39, Aulander 

27805; 345-0834 (H), 358-7830 (W), Pleasant Grove 

Mission Action Director Mrs. Steve Lassiter (Nelda), 907 N. Curtis St., Ahoskie 

27910; 332-3755, 332-5582 (H), 332-2588 (W), Ahoskie First 

Enlistment/Enlargement Mrs. William Barrow (Geneva), Rt. 1 Box 447, Jackson 

27845; 534-6141 (H), Jackson 

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Mission Support Chairman Mrs. Keith Britton (Wanda), Rt. 1 Box 151 F, 

Woodland 27897; 539-2372; Lasker 

Scholarship Chairman Mrs. Clifton Joyner (Patty), 208 S. Second St., 

Murfreesboro 27855; 398-3516 (H), 539-4124 (W), Murfreesboro 



Committee on Committees 

COMMITTEE ON PLACE AND PREACHER 

Thomas Ruffin, Jr. (Chm.) Rt. 1 Box 280, Ahoskie 27910 

Bob Rogers P.O. Box 589, Rich Square 27869 

Ruth Miller Rt. 2 Box 68-C, Ahoskie 27910 

COMMITTEE ON RESOLUTIONS 

Bill McEntire (Chm.) Rt. 2 Box 39, Aulander 27805 

David Brinkley Rt. 1 Box 92-X, Ahoskie 27910 

Shelby Stephens P.O. Box 126, Colerain 27910 

COMMITTEE ON ORDER OF BUSINESS 

Norman Godwin (Chm.) 1312 N. West St., Ahoskie 27910 

Lewis Jennings P.O. Box 8, Potecasi 27867 

Jo- Ann Mizelle Rt. 2 Box 312, Colerain 27924 

Deborah Lane Rt. 1 Box 130-D, Murfreesboro 27855 

Evelyn Parker P.O. Box 157, Lewiston 27849 

COMMITTEE ON NOMINATIONS 

James Hester (Chm.) P.O. Box 160, Conway 27820 

Elaine Myers 512 S. Curtis St., Ahoskie 27910 

Patsy Bryant Rt. 3 Box 204, Windsor 27983 

Betty Jean Baugham P.O. Box 123, Lasker 27848 

William Lawrence 214 Liberty St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Jack Byrd 101 Gary St., Windsor 27983 

Mrs. Herbert Jenkins 503 E. Main St., Aulander 27805 

Ben Sutton 713 Edgewood Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

James Martin P.O. Box 35, Conway 27820 

COMMITTEE ON TRUSTEES 

Henry Miller (Chm.) Rt. 1, Murfreesboro 27855 

Jack Williford Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Russell Johnson, Jr P.O. Box 7, Conway 27820 

COMMITTEE ON ORDINATION 

Thomas Caulkins (Chm.) P.O. Box 124, Murfreesboro 27855 

Wint Hale, Jr Rt. 3 Box 81-C, Ahoskie 27910 

Bill McEntire Rt. 2 Box 39, Aulander 27805 

COMMITTEE ON HISTORY 

Elmer Joyner (Chm.), 1993 P.O. Box 37, Gumberry 27838 

Mrs. Marion Tyler, 1990 Rt. 1 Box 30, Margarettsville 27853 

Mrs. Edward Womble, 1992 134 N. Main St., Rich Square 27869 

Beth White, 1991 P.O. Box 146, Merry Hill 27957 

Henry Boschen, 1994 P.O. Box 69, Roxobel 27872 



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COMMITTEE ON MEMORIALS 

Mary Rose Lawrence (Chm.) 214 Liberty St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Helen Griffin Woodland 27897 

Daniel Spell Rt. 1 Box 166, Ahoskie 27910 

COMMITTEE ON MEMBERSHIP 

Roy Lowry (Chm.), 1990 P.O. Box 502, Jackson 27845 

Harry Ward, 1991 P.O. Box 434, Winton 27986 

Steve Matchett, 1992 P.O. Box 95, Roxobel 27872 

Don Clinton, 1993 Rt. 1 Box 170, Colerain 27924 

Tom McLean, 1994 Rt. 3 Box 319-L, Windsor 27983 

BUILDING AND GROUNDS COMMITTEE 

Lemar Wheeler (Co-Chm.) P.O. Box 444, Woodland 27897 

Harry Ward (Co-Chm.) P.O. Box 434, Winton 27986 

Corene Harris Rt. 1 Box 193, Pendleton 27867 

Nathan Copeland P.O. Box 237, Windsor 27983 

William Lawrence 214 Liberty St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Velma Williford P.O. Box 533, Aulander 27805 

COMMITTEE ON CONSTITUTION 

Dr. Franklin Lowe (Chm.) 502 Lakeview Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Joseph Blythe Rt. 1, Harrellsville 27942 

Ben I. Mann Pendleton 27862 

COMMITTEE ON LIBRARIES 

Myra Northcott (Chm.) Rt. 2 Box 133, Ahoskie 27910 

Mrs. R.C. Mason P.O. Box 6, Harrellsville 27942 

Mrs. John Vaughan P.O. Box 367, Woodland 27897 

Juanita Byrd 101 W. Gray St., Windsor 27983 

COMMITTEE ON SEMINARY EXTENSION 

Robert Medlin (Chm.), 1990 P.O. Box 5, Powellsville 27967 

John S. Virkler, 1991 108 E. High St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Randolph Phillips, 1992 P.O. Box 65, Pendleton 27862 

COMMITTEE ON STEWARDSHIP DEVELOPMENT 

Ronald McSwain (Chm.) P.O. Box 632, Ahoskie 27910 

Kenneth Bunch Rt. 2 Box 146, Windsor 27983 

Jack Powell 1005 Powell Ave., Windsor 27983 

Sadie Mae Whitley Rt. 1 Box 62, Como 27818 

Helen Bazemore Rt. 1, Cofield 27922 

John M. Jenkins 508 Lakeview Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

John H. Liverman P.O. Box 439, Woodland 27897 

Thomas Hale Rt. 1 Box 458, Aulander 27805 

Mrs. Donald Jernigan Rt. 1 Box 41, Woodland 27897 

Joan Home Rt. 1 Box 91 , Pendleton 27862 

COMMITTEE ON MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT 

Corene Harris (Chm.) Rt. 1 Box 193, Pendleton 27867 

Elmer Joyner P.O. Box 37, Gumberry 27828 

Julia Hughes P.O. Box 401 , Colerain 27924 

Cameron Currin Rt. 2 Box 54, Ahoskie 27910 



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COMMITTEE ON EVANGELISM 



Windell Patterson (Chm.) P.O. Box 128, Pendleton 27862 

Jack Byrd 101 W. Gray St., Windsor 27983 

Wendell Ray Rt. 2 Box 330, Colerain 27924 

Ray Craig P.O. Box 67, Como 27818 

Timothy Coins P.O. Box 326, Harrellsville 27942 

Jackie Brinkley Rt. 3 Box 225 A, Ahoskie 27910 

John Spencer P.O. Box 357, Seaboard 27876 

COMMITTEE ON PASTOR/CHURCH RELATIONS 

Joe McLean (Chm.) P.O. Box 445, Jackson 27845 

Herman Hicks Rt. 1 Box 62-F, Ahoskie 27910 

Warren Cobb Rt. 4 Box 494, Windsor 27983 

Tom Caulkins 500 Lakeview Dr. , Murfreesboro 27855 

Julian Robertson 517 N. Pembroke Ave., Ahoskie 27910 

John Spencer P.O. Box 357, Seaboard 27876 

Sylvia Mann Rt. 1, Boykins, VA 23827 

COMMITTEE ON FAMILY AND CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES 

Harvey Jackson (Chm.) 202 Belmont St. , Windsor 27983 

Deborah Lane Rt. 1 Box 130-D, Murfreesboro 27855 

Vernon Baker , Rt. 1 Box 8-B, Ahoskie 27910 

Glenda Basnight Rt. 2 Box 82, Colerain 27924 

Jane Taylor P.O. Box 73, Harrellsville 27942 

Darlene Britton Rt. 1, Pendleton 27867 

1989-90 Executive Promotion Committee 

Ahoskie First Mrs. William Springfield, 723 W. Church St., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Mr. Albert Vann, Rt. 1 Box 156, Conway 27820 

Askewville Mr. Elbert W. Cowan, Rt. 3 Box 182, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Mr. Thomas P. Hale, Rt. 1 Box 458, Aulander 27805 

Bethel Mr. Fenton Mayle, Rt. 1 Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Brantley's Grove Mr. Henry Dilday, Rt. 4 Box PL3, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Mrs. R.G. Whitley, Rt. 1 Box 62, Como 27818 

Capeharts Mr. H.G. Evans, Rt. 1 , Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Mr. Robert B. Spivey, 306 Sutton Dr., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Mr. David R. Brinkley, Rt. 1 Box 92-X, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Mr. Malcolm Morris, Rt. 1 Box 85, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Mrs. Julia Hughes, P.O. Box 401 , Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa Mr. Lindsey Chamblee, Rt. 2 Box 111, Aulander 27805 

Conway Mr. Denny Vann, Rt. 1 Box 84, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Mr. Billy Woodard, Rt. 1 Box 8-X, Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Mr. Earl Lassiter, Rt. 2 Box 314, Conway 27820 

Earlys Mr. Lawrence Myers, 512 S. Curtis St., Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood Mr. Harvey Bowen, Rt. 3 Box 82, Windsor 27983 

Elam Mr. Z.L. Davenport, P.O. Box 85, Gumberry 27838 

Elm Grove Mr. Aubrey Mizelle, Rt. 2 Box 282, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mr. Elliott Davis, Rt. 1 Box 59, Seaboard 27876 

Green's Cross Mr. George Harden, Rt. 2 Box 242, Windsor 27983 



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Holly Grove Mr. Thomas E. Ruffin, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 280, Ahoskie 27910 

Morton's Mr. Joe E. Phelps, 1 12 Broad St., Aulander 27805 

Jackson Mr. L. Roy Biggerstaff, P.O. Box 186, Jackson 27845 

Mr. W.J. Little, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 183, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Mrs. Julia Cahoon, P.O. Box 66, Kelford 27847 

Lawrence Mr. W.G. Sallenger, Rt. 2 Box 524, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston None 

Meherrin Mr. A.B. Flanagan, 423 Carolina Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Mrs. Ernestine Northcott, Rt. 1, Woodland 27897 

Merry Hill Mr. Bert C. Willis, Jr., Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Carmel Mrs. Betty Lassiter, P.O. Box 534, Jackson 27845 

Mt. Tabor Mr. CM. King, Rt. 1 Box 368-A, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro Mrs. Shirley Pike, 305 Union St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Donald Jernigan, Rt. 1 Box 41 , Woodland 27897 

Powellsville Mr. Gerald Waters, P.O. Box 146, Powellsville 27967 

Republican Mr. Elbert Moore, 204 Gale St., Windsor 27983 

Riverside Mrs. Rhodes Pratt, Rt. 1 Box 179, Merry Hill 27957 

Ross Mr. Paul Basham, Rt. 3 Box 367, Windsor 27983 

Robert's Chapel Rev. Randolph Phillips, P.O. Box 65, Pendleton 27862 

Sandy Run Mr. Bennie J. Reynolds, P.O. Box 174, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard No report 

Severn Mr. Frank L. Ferguson, P.O. Box 151, Severn 27877 

St. John's Mr. Troy Cox, Aulander 27805 

Union Mr. William Charles, Rt. 2 Box 48-C, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon .Mr. John H. Perry, Rt. 2, Colerain 27910 

Winton Mr. Harry Ward, Main St., P.O. Box 434, Winton 27986 

Woodland Miss Roberta Outland, P.O. Box 445, Woodland 27805 



Miscellaneous Directory 

Other Ordained Ministers 

Creeksville Rev. Nicky Martin (I), P.O. Box 265, Conway 27820; 585-0834 

Murfreesboro Dr. Hargus Taylor (CH), 101 Springlake Dr., Murfreesboro 27855; 

398-4762 

Rev. Rowland S. Pruette (R), 108 Dogwood Dr., Murfreesboro 27855; 398-3301 
Rev. B. Franklin Lowe (SW), 502 Lakeview Dr., Murfreesboro 27855; 398-4288 
Rev. Bela Udvarnoki (R), 609 Woodridge Dr., Murfreesboro 27855; 398-4288 
Rev. Philip Royce (SW), Rt. 2, Murfreesboro 27855; 398-3479 
Dr. Bruce E. Whitaker (SW), Quail Hallow Rd., Murfreesboro 27855; 398-3861 
Rev. Clifton Collins (SW), Rt. 1, Murfreesboro 27855; 398-4953 
Rev. Earl Parker (SW), 109 Springlake Dr., Murfreesboro 27855; 398-4881 
Rev. Charles Paul (SW), 625 Woodland Dr., Murfreesboro 27855; 398-4261 
Rev. John Virkler (SW), 108 E. High St., Murfreesboro 27855; 398-4401 

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Powellsville Rev. Daniel M. Spell, Rt. 1 Box 166, Ahoskie 27910; 332-3893 

Riverside Rev. Donald Clinton, Rt. 1 Box 170, Colerain 27924; 356-4230 

Robert's Chapel Rev. Randolph PhiUips, P.O. Box 65, Pendleton 27862; 585-1346 

Siloam Rev. Arthur Leggett, Rt. 4 Box 888, Windsor 27983; 794-3864 

Minister of Children, Youth and Education 

Cashie Rev. John McGinnis, 31 1 S. King St., Windsor 27983; 794-2929 

Minister of Music and Youth 

Ahoskie First Mr. William Don Gober, 421 Pembroke Ave., Ahoskie 27910; 

332-2264 

Pastors 

Ahoskie First None 

Ashley's Grove Rev. John Oliver, Rt. 1 Box 99, Conway 27820 

Askewville Rev. Freddie Harris, Rt. 3 Box 225, Windsor 27983 

Aulander None 

Bethany None 

Bethel Rev. William Nelson, Rt. 1 Box 90, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem Rev. Phillip McCall, Rt. 4 Box 357, Ahoskie 27910 

Brantley's Grove Rev. Jimmy Ward, Rt. 3 Box 14-13, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Rev. Ray Craig, P.O. Box 67, Como 27818 

Capeharts Rev. Lawrence Jones, Rt. 1 Box 276, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Rev. Jack Byrd, 221 S. Queen St., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Rev. Herman Hicks, Rt. 1 Box 62-F, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Rev. Timothy Coins, P.O. Box 326, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Rev. Shelby Stephens, P.O. Box 126, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa Rev. Bruce Brown, P.O. Box 160, Aulander 27805 

Conway Rev. James Hester, P.O. Box 160, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial None 

Creeksville Rev. Paul Traywick, Rt. 2 Box 265, Conway 27820 

Earlys Rev. Ronald McSwain, P.O. Box 632, Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood Rev. Dan Graves, Rt. 3 Box 81 Vi, Windsor 27983 

Elam Rev. Elmer Joyner, P.O. Box 37, Gumberry 27838 

Elm Grove Rev. Wendell Ray, Rt. 2 Box 330, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Rev. Billy Nale, Rt. 1 Box 89, Seaboard 27876 

Green's Cross Rev. Kenneth Bunch, Rt. 2 Box 146, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Rev. Gus Thomas, P.O. Box 5, Harrellsville 27942 

Hebron Rev. Nicky Martin, 201 Hundley Cir., Conway 27820 

Holly Grove Rev. Edwin Dacus, 919 Richard St., Ahoskie 27910 

Holly Springs Rev. Henry Boschen, P.O. Box 69, Roxobel 27872 

Horton's Rev. Bruce Brown, P.O. Box 60, Aulander 27805 

Jackson Rev. Joe McLean, P.O. Box 445, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Rev. Ed Rogers, P.O. Box 37, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Rev. Currie Burgess, P.O. Box 146, Lasker 27848 



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Lawrence Rev. Robert E. Hall, Rt. 3 Box 405, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston None 

Margarettsville Rev. Richard Griffin, Rt. 2 Box 692, Louisburg 27549 

Mars Hill Rev. George Wilmore, Rt. 1 Box 334, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Rev. Gerald Riggs, 513 Meherrin Ln., Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Rev. Herman Hicks, Rt. 1 Box 62-F, Ahoskie 27910 

Merry Hill Rev. Phillip Knott, P.O. Box 68, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Carmel Rev. Jack Morgan, Rt. 1 Box 219, Corapeake 27926 

Mt. Tabor Rev. Wint Hale, Jr., Rt. 3 Box 81-C, Ahoskie 27910 

Murfreesboro Rev. Thomas Caulkins, 500 Lakeview Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Rev. Bobby Skeens, Rt. 2 Box 3 1 1-C, Gates 27937 

Pleasant Grove Rev. Bill McEntire, Rt. 2 Box 39, Aulander 27805 

Potecasi Rev. Lewis Jennings, P.O. Box 8, Potecasi 27867 

Powellsville Rev. Robert Medlin, P.O. Box 5, Powellsville 27967 

Republican Rev. Harvey Jackson, 202 Belmont St., Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Rev. Robert Rogers, P.O. Box 589, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Rev. Charles Hulin, Rt. 1 Box 144, Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel Rev. Windell Patterson, P.O. Box 128, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Rev. Thomas McLean, Rt. 3 Box 319-L, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run Rev. Steve Matchett, P.O. Box 95, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard No Report 

Severn None 

Siloam Rev. James Baughn, Rt. 4 Box 730, Windsor 27983 

St. John's Rev. John Eure, Rt. 2 Box 104, Ahoskie 27910 

Union Rev. Cameron Currin, Jr., Rt. 2 Box 54, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Rev. Francis Cordrey, Rt. 2 Box 45-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Winton Rev. Stephen Moore, P.O. Box 415, Winton 27986 

Woodland Rev. Lemar Wheeler, P.O. Box 444, Woodland 27897 

Sunday School Directors 

Ahoskie First Mr. Vernon Baker, Rt. 1 Box 8-B, Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Mr. Melvin Futrell, Rt. 1 Box 207, Conway 27820 

Askewville Mr. T.J. Jernigan, Sr., Rt. 3 Box 228, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Mr. Harold Holloman, P.O. Box 398, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Mr. Mark Daniels, Rt. 2 Box 1 19, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Mr. Fenton Mayle, Rt. 1 Box 96-B, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem Mr. Bobby Bazemore, Rt. 1 , Cofield 27922 

Brantley's Grove Mr. Henry Dilday, Rt. 4 Box PL3, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Mr. Quinton Jenkins, P.O. Box 231, Como 27818 

Capeharts Mr. R.E. Perry, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 54-H, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Mr. Billy Griffin, 1005 Stokes Ave., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Mr. Robert Brantley, Rt. 1 Box 62 -B, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Mr. Graham Pearce, Rt. 1 Box 74, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Mr. Jim Edwards, P.O. Box 94, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa Mr. Lindsey Chamblee, Rt. 2 Box 111, Aulander 27805 

Conway Mr. Johnny Reynolds, Rt. 1 Box 60, Conway 27824 

Creech Memorial Mr. Billy Woodard, Rt. 1 Box 8-X, Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Mr. Edward Lanier, Rt. 2 Box 261 , Conway 27820 



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Earlys Mr. Robert Brinkley, Rt. 1 Box 20, Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood Mr. Joe Williford, Rt. 3 Box 89, Windsor 27983 

Elam Mrs. Vernie Davenport, P.O. Box 85, Gumberry 27838 

Elm Grove Mr. Fentress Mizelle, Rt. 2 Box 338, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mr. W.N. Taylor, Rt. 1 Box 58-A, Seaboard 27876 

Green's Cross Mr. Gary Castelloe, Rt. 3 Box 397, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Mr. Thomas Britt, Harrellsville 27942 

Hebron None 

Holly Grove Mr. Jesse Robertson, Rt. 3 Box 199-B, Ahoskie 27910 

Holly Springs Mr. Curtis Eure, Rt. 3 Box 12-R, Ahoskie 27910 

Horton's Mr. Joe E. Phelps, 1 12 Broad St., Aulander 27805 

Jackson Mr. William Spivey, P.O. Box 507, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Mr. Marion Vick, P.O. Box 128, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Mr. Jimmie Baugham, P.O. Box 123, Lasker 27848 

Lawrence Mr. James E. White, Rt. 2 Box 571, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston Mr. Alvin Wadsworth, P.O. Box 115, Lewiston 27849 

Margarettsville Mr. J.M. Vick, P.O. Box 42, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Mr. Glenn Davidson, Rt. 1 Box 385, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Mr. Vernon Joyner, Rt. 1 Box 420, Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Mr. David Brinkley, Rt. 1, Woodland 27897 

Merry Hill Mr. Bert Willis, Jr., Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Carmel Mr. Andy Jenkins, Rt. 1 Box 96, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Mt. Tabor Mr. Dan Warren, Rt. 3, Ahoskie 27910 

Murfreesboro Mr. Dwaine Greene, 1 1 1 Forest Cir., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Mr. John Williams, P.O. Box 265, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Mr. Leroy Morris, P.O. Box 344, Aulander 27805 

Potecasi Mr. Stanley Vaughan, P.O. Box 97, Potecasi 27867 

Powellsville Mr. Merrill Waters, P.O. Box 104, Powellsville 27967 

Republican Mr. Edwin Parker, Wayland St., Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Mr. Gene Robbins, Rt. 1, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Mr. Darrell Adams, Rt. 1 Box 23 1 , Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel Mr. Larry Mann, Rt. 1 Box 55, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Mr. Johnie Hughes, Rt. 3 Box 327-G, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run Mr. M.E. Pruden, P.O. Box 218 (Barton St.), Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard No Report 

Severn Mr. J.W. Barkley, P.O. Box 168, Severn 27877 

Siloam Mr. William Coburn, Rt. 1 Box 350-A, Windsor 27983 

St. John's Mr. Ray Burkett, Rt. 2, Ahoskie 27910 

Union Mr. William Charles, Rt. 2, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Mr. Paul Williams, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Winton Mr. Carl H. Piland, P.O. Box 468, Winton 27986 

Woodland Mrs. Jean O. Rogister, Rt. 1 Box 19-A, Woodland 27897 

Discipleship Training Directors 

(Only churches listed reported Discipleship Training Directors) 

Askewville Mr. Robert Harmon, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Bethel Mrs. Reba Mayle, Rt. 1 Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Cashie Mrs. Joan Leggett, 101 E. Camden St., Windsor 27983 



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Creech Memorial Mr. Marcus Johnson, 204 E. South St., Ahoskie 27910 

Elam Mrs. Melinda Harris, P.O. Box 85, Gumberry 27838 

Elm Grove Mr. Lanny Hoggard, Rt. 3 Box 135-A, Windsor 27983 

Galatia Mr. Mark Glover, Rt. 1 Box 163, Seaboard 27876 

Green's Cross Mrs. Raleigh Castellow, Rt. 2, Windsor 27983 

Hebron Mr. Marnch Futrell, Woodland 27897 

Meherrin Mr. Ed Courtright, 386 Franklin Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Ross Mr. Ray Kornegay, Rt. 3 Box 406-H, Windsor 27983 

Siloam Mr. A.L. Leggett, Rt. 4 Box 888, Windsor 27983 

Union Mrs. Dave Edwards, Rt. 2 Box 58, Ahoskie 27910 

Winton Mrs. Howard Doughtie, Rt. 1 Box 66, Winton 27986 

Baptist Men Directors 

Ahoskie First None 

Ashley's Grove None 

Askewville Mr. William R. White, Rt. 3 Box 191 , Windsor 27983 

Aulander None 

Bethany Mr. Haywood White, Rt. 2 Box 208, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Mr. Fenton Mayle, Rt. 1 Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem None 

Brantley's Grove Mr. Ezra Vann, Rt. 3 Box 39, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn None 

Capeharts None 

Cashie Mr. W.E. White, 408 Confederate Ln., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Mr. Johnny Overton, Rt. 1 Box 63, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor None 

Colerain Mr. Lemuel Ward, P.O. Box 1 13, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa Mr. Henry G. Spruill, P.O. Box 275, Aulander 27805 

Conway None 

Creech Memorial Mr. Douglas Askew, 1008 N. Academy St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Mr. Jesse Hall, Rt. 2 Box 409, Conway 27820 

Earlys None 

Edgewood Mr. Charles Phelps, P.O. Box 309, Windsor 27983 

Elam Mr. Z.L. Davenport, P.O. Box 85, Gumberry 27838 

Elm Grove Mr. Lanny Hoggard, Rt. 3 Box 135-A, Windsor 27983 

Galatia Mr. J.R. Hasty, Rt. 1 Box 53-C, Seaboard 27876 

Green's Cross Mr. Reginald Asbell, Rt. 2 Box 188, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Mr. Jimmy Cotton (RA), Rt. 1 Box 1 1 1-A, Cofield 27922 

Hebron None 

Holly Grove None 

Holly Springs None 

Horton's None 

Jackson None 

Kelford None 

Lasker Mr. Jimmy Baugham, P.O. Box 123, Lasker 27848 

Lawrence Mr. W.G. Sallenger, Rt. 2 Box 524, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston Mr. Cecil Parker, P.O. Box 157, Lewiston 27849 

Margarettsville None 

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Mars Hill Mr. Johnny Byrum (RA), Rt. 1 Box 206, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Mr. Robert James, 506 Meherrin Ln., Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Rev. Herman Hicks (RA), Rt. 1 Box 62-F, Ahoskie 27910 

Merry Hill None 

Mt. Carmel None 

Mt. Tabor Mr. F.E. Holloman, Rt. 1 Box 288, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro None 

Oak Grove None 

Pleasant Grove Mr. Jerry Baker, Rt. 1 Box 47-A, Kelford 27847 

Potecasi Mr. Bennie Dunn, P.O. Box, Millwaukee 27854 

Powellsville None 

Republican None 

Rich Square Mr. H.M. Tyler, P.O. Box 646, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside None 

Robert's Chapel Mr. Horace Outland, Jr., P.O. Box 142, Severn 27877 

Ross Mr. Ray Kornegay, Rt. 3 Box 406-H, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run Run 

Seaboard No Report 

Severn Mr. Dennis Woodard, P.O. Box 606, Severn 27877 

Siloam Mr. A.L. Leggett, Rt. 4 Box 888, Windsor 27983 

St. John's Mr. Eddie Newsome, Rt. 1 Box 118, Aulander 27805 

Union Mr. Dave Edwards, Rt. 2 Box 58, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon None 

Winton Mr. W.W. Felton, P.O. Box 66, Winton 27986 

Woodland Mr. J.H. Liverman, P.O. Box 439, Woodland 27897 

WMU Directors 

Ahoskie First Mrs. Gloria Freeman, Rt. 2 Box 1755, Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Ms. Vera Futrell, Rt. 1 Box 206, Conway 27820 

Askewville . Mrs. Martha L. White, Rt. 3 Box 269, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Mrs. Cleo Tinkham, P.O. Box 171 , Aulander 27805 

Bethany Mrs. Pam Lawrence, Rt. 2 Box 194- A, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Mrs. Reba Mayle, Rt. 1 Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem None 

Brantley's Grove Mrs. Kenneth Hall, Rt. 2 Box 224-W, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Mrs. R.G. Whitley, Rt. 1 Box 62, Como 27818 

Capeharts Mrs. Ruth Evans, Rt. 1, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Mrs. Virginia Hardison, 106 E. Pitt St., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Mrs. Barbara Matthews, Rt. 1 Box 222, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Mrs. Billy Holloman, Rt. 1, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Mrs. Jim Edwards, P.O. Box 94, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa Ms. Lula Chamblee, Rt. 2 Box 113, Aulander 27805 

Conway Mrs. Bobby Cox, P.O. Box 48, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Ms. Nan Johnson, 204 E. South St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Mrs. Earl Lassiter, Rt. 2 Box 314, Conway 27820 

Earlys Mrs. Lawrence Myers, 512 S. Curtis St., Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood Mrs. Lucille Dunlow, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 



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Elam Mrs. Catherine Painter, Rt. 1 Box 269, Garysburg 27831 

Elm Grove Mrs. Louise Jernigan, Rt. 2 Box 336, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mrs. Henry Britton, Rt. 1 Box 174, Pendleton 27862 

Green's Cross Mrs. Reginald Asbell, Rt. 2 Box 188, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville None 

Hebron None 

Holly Grove Mrs. Cecil Narron, Rt. 1 Box 244-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Holly Springs Ms. Evelyn Hull, P.O. Box X, Winton 27986 

Horton's None 

Jackson Mrs. William Barrow, Rt. 1 Box 447, Jackson 27845 

Kelford , Mrs. Julia Johnston, P.O. Box 27, Kelford 27847 

Lasker None 

Lawrence Mrs. Linda Harden, Rt. 2 Box 553, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston Mrs. Evelyn Parker, P.O. Box 157, Lewiston 27849 

Margarettsville .Mrs. Shirley Vaughan, P.O. Box 96, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Mrs. Vicki Davidson, Rt. 1 Box 385, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Mrs. Mildred Wrenn, 105 Pecan Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Mrs. Ernestine Northcott, Rt. 1, Woodland 27897 

Merry Hill Mrs. Millie Bunch, Rt. 2, Windsor 27983 

Mt. Carmel Mrs. Judith Barnes, Rt. 1 Box 46, Seaboard 27876 

Mt. Tabor Mrs. Ann Holloman, Rt. 1 Box 288, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro Mrs. Shirley Pike, 305 Union St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Mrs. Macy Miller, Rt. 1 Box 222, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Donald Jernigan, Rt. 1 Box 41, Woodland 27897 

Potecasi Mrs. Louise Cooke, Rt. 1 Box 88-C, Woodland 27897 

Powellsville Mrs. Oma D. Askew, Rt. 1 Box 153, Ahoskie 27910 

Republican None 

Rich Square None 

Riverside Mrs. Katherine Earless, Rt. 1 Box 168, Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel Mrs. Lois Edwards, P.O. Box 55, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Mrs. Lee Ann Hoggard, Rt. 3 Box 325, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run Mrs. Pauline Johnson, P.O. Box 67, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard No Report 

Severn Mrs. J.Q. Taylor, P.O. Box 186, Severn 27877 

Siloam Mrs. Peggy Anders, 1553 S. King St., Windsor 27983 

St. John's Mrs. Josephine Askew, Rt. 2 Box 106, Ahoskie 27910 

Union Mrs. Roger Miller, Rt. 2 Box 68-C, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon None 

Winton Mrs. Charles Edwards, P.O. Box 175, Winton 27986 

Woodland Mrs. Nancy Timberlake, P.O. Box 280, Woodland 2789'^ 

Chairmen of Deacons 

Ahoskie First Mr. Julian Robertson, 517 N. Pembroke Ave., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Mr. Albert Vann, Rt. 1 Box 156, Conway 27820 

Askewville Mr. Elbert Cowan, Rt. 3 Box 182, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Mr. Glenn Askew, Rt. 1 Box 2, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Mr. Wayne Lee, Rt. 2 Box 167, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Mr. Fenton Mayle, Rt. 1 Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 



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Bethlehem None 

Brantley's Grove Mr. Randy Stroud, Rt. 2 Box 566, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Mr. Earl Cuthbertson, Rt. 1 Box 168, Como 27818 

Capeharts Mr. R.E. Wood Perry, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 54-H, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Mr. Warren Cobb, Rt. 4 Box 494, Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Mr. Adolph Harrell, Rt. 1 Box 101, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Mr. Billy HoUoman, Rt. 1 Box 92, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Mr. Michael Perry, P.O. Box 266, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa Mr. Roy Parker, Rt. 2 Box 158, Aulander 27805 

Conway Mr. David Simmons, Rt. 1 Box 229, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Mr. Billy Woodard, Rt. 1 Box 8-X, Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Mr. Phil Matthews, P.O. Box 219, Conway 27820 

Earlys Mr. Robert Brinkley, Rt. 1 Box 20, Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood Mr. Charles Phelps, P.O. Box 309, Windsor 27983 

Elam Mr. Z.L. Davenport, P.O. Box 85, Gumberry 28738 

Elm Grove Mr. Ronnie Thompson, Rt. 2 Box 320, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mr. W.T. Rose, Rt. 1 Box 31, Seaboard 27876 

Green's Cross Mr. George Harden, Rt. 2 Box 242, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Mr. Jimmy Cotton, Rt. 1 Box 1 1 1-A, Cofield 27942 

Hebron None 

Holly Grove Mr. Carol Francis, Rt. 1 Box 310-B, Aulander 27805 

Holly Springs Mr. Curtis Eure, Rt. 3 Box 12-R, Ahoskie 27910 

Horton's Mr. Joe Phelps, 112 Broad St., Aulander 27805 

Jackson Mr. T. Edwin Evans, P.O. Box 684, Jackson 27805 

Kelford Mrs. Julia Cahoon, P.O. Box 64, Kelford 27847 

Lasker None 

Lawrence Mr. W.G. Sallenger, Rt. 2 Box 524, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston Mr. Tommy Perry, Lewiston 27849 

Margarettsville Mr. J.M. Vick, P.O. Box 96, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Mr. Howard Davidson, Rt. 1 Box 102, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Mr. Vernon Joyner, Rt. 1 Box 420, Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Mr. William Burkett, P.O. Box 153, Woodland 27897 

Merry Hill Mr. Bert Willis, Jr., Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Carmel Mr. Rupert W. Hasty, P.O. Box 464, Jackson 27845 

Mt. Tabor Mr. Melvin Matthews, Rt. 1, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro Col. J.C. Pennington, 404 W. High St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Mr. D.R. Miller, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Mr. Ricky Perry, Rt. 1 Box 272-A, Aulander 27805 

Potecasi None 

Powellsville Mr. C.B. Jones, Jr., 920 Pembroke Ave., Ahoskie 27910 

Republican Mr. Wilson Jernigan, Rt. 1 Box 137, Windsor 27983 

Rich Square None 

Riverside None 

Robert's Chapel Mr. G.E. (Billy) Fisher, Rt. 1 Box 38, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Mr. Paul Basham, Rt. 3 Box 367, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run Mr. Bennie J. Reynolds, P.O. Box 174, Roxobel 27872 

Severn Mr. Frank Ferguson, P.O. Box 151, Severn 27877 

Siloam Mr. A.L. Leggett, Rt. 4 Box 888, Windsor 27983 

St. John's Mr. James E. Brown, Rt. 1 Box 321-A, Aulander 27805 



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Union Mr. Jackie Brinkley, Rt. 2 Box 225-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Mr. Bobby Belch, Rt. 2 Box 65, Colerain 27924 

Winton Mr. Herbert Brett, P.O. Box 129, Winton 27986 

Woodland Mr. Leslie B. White, P.O. Box 107, Woodland 27897 

Church Clerks 

Ahoskie First Mrs. Doris Wiggins, 318 Ruth Ave., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Mrs. Faye L. Vinson, Rt. 1 Box 127, Conway 27820 

Askewville Mr. Dancy G. White, Rt. 3 Box 192, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Mr. T.H. Griffith, P.O. Box 81 , Aulander 27805 

Bethany Mrs. Carolyn Lawrence, Rt. 2 Box 194, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Mr. Fenton Mayle, Rt. 1 Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem Mrs. Judy Perry, Rt. 1 Box 94-D, Cofield 27922 

Brantley's Grove Mrs. Charlie Godwin, Rt. 3 Box 12-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Mr. W.G. Lawrence, 214 Liberty St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Capeharts Mrs. Deborah Daniel, Rt. 3 Box 366, Windsor 27983 

Cashie Mrs. Ulrich Mizelle, P.O. Box 174, Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Mr. Otis Payne, 421 S. Rhue St., Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Mrs. Jean White, Rt. 1 Box 23-X, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Mrs. Jim Edwards, P.O. Box 94, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa Mrs. Hazel H. Francis, Rt. 2 Box 1 14, Aulander 27805 

Conway Mrs. Lee J. Duncan, P.O. Box 204, Conway 27802 

Creech Memorial Mrs. Kaye W. Lowe, 925 West St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Mrs. Michael Lassiter, Rt. 2 Box 348, Conway 27820 

Earlys Mrs. Robert Brinkley, Rt. 1 Box 20, Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood Mr. Essie Sylverthorne, 603 Mulberry St., Williamston 27892 

Elam , Mr. Thad Harris, P.O. Box 32, Seaboard 27876 

Elm Grove Mr. Floyd Barmer, Rt. 2 Box 351 , Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mrs. Henry Britton, Rt. 1 Box 174, Pendleton 27862 

Green's Cross Mrs. George Harden, Rt. 2 Box 242, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Mr. Jimmy Cotton, Rt. 1 Box 111-A, Cofield 27922 

Hebron , Mrs. Simone Miles, P.O. Box 91 , Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove Miss Willie B. Bazemore, Rt. 1 Box 248, Ahoskie 27910 

Holly Springs Mrs. Evelyn Hoggard, Rt. 1 Box 98, Cofield 27922 

Horton's Mrs. Charlie S. Powell, Rt. 2 Box 45, Aulander 27805 

Jackson Mrs. T.A. Stephenson, P.O. Box 115, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Mrs. Becky Parker, P.O. Box 86, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Mrs. Nancy Hawks, P.O. Box 201, Lasker 27848 

Lawrence Mr. Mike Edwards, Rt. 2 Box 454-E, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston None 

Margarettsville Mrs. Shirley Vaughan, P.O. Box 96, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Mrs. Peggy R. Jones, Rt. 1 Box 105, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Mrs. Myra Northcott, Rt. 2 Box 133, Ahoskie 27910 

Menola Mrs. Kate Barber, Rt. 1 Box 246, Woodland 27897 

Merry Hill Mrs. Jean O. Cobb, Rt. 1 Box 49-A, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Carmel Mrs. Nancy Stephenson, Rt. 1 Box 20-E, Seaboard 27876 

Mt. Tabor Mrs. Rebecca Mann, Rt. 1 Box 288, Murfreesboro 27855 

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Murfreesboro Mrs. Pat Edwards, 109 Forest Cir., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Mrs. Jane Barmer, P.O. Box 424, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Margaret Dunning, Rt. 1 Box 43, Woodland 27897 

Potecasi Mr. J.T. Babb, Rt. 1 Box 89, Woodland 27897 

Powellsville Mrs. Omar D. Askew, Rt. 1 Box 153, Ahoskie 27910 

Republican Mrs. Reddick White, Jr., 301 Sterlingworth St., Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Mrs. Margaret Vick, P.O. Box 173, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Mrs. Elaine Taylor, Mt. Gould Farm, Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel Mr. Steve Mann, P.O. Box 28, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Mrs. Elizabeth Bunch, Rt. 3 Box 336, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run Mrs. Catherine Walston, P.O. Box 38, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard No Report 

Severn Mrs. Marion L. Tyler, Rt. 1 Box 30, Margarettsville 27853 

Siloam Mr. Clyde Anders, 1553 S. King St., Windsor 27983 

St. John's Mrs. Garland Harrell, Rt. 1 Box 175, Aulander 27805 

Union Mrs. Johnnie Harrell, Rt. 2 Box 66- A, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Mr. Floyd Perry, Rt. 2 Box 396, Colerain 27924 

Winton Mrs. Gloria Thum, P.O. Box 462, Winton 27896 

Woodland Mrs. Valentine C. White, P.O. Box 107, Woodland 27897 

Church Treasurers 

Ahoskie First Miss Ann Hill, Rt. 2 Box 22, Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Mrs. Sarah Askew, Rt. 2 Box 67, Murfreesboro 27855 

Askewville Mrs. Bennie White, Rt. 3 Box 289-D, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Mr. Tommy P. Hale, P.O. Box 545, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Mrs. Kaye Hugson, Rt. 2 Box 141 , Colerain 27924 

Bethel Mr. P.L. Daniel, Rt. 1 Box 81, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem Mrs. Clarine Bazemore, Rt. 1, Cofield 27922 

Brantley's Grove Miss Viola Perry, Rt. 2 Box 257, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Mr. Phillip Howell, Rt. 1 Box 104, Como 27818 

Capeharts Mrs. Lois Hughes, 142 Morris Cir., Edenton 27932 

Cashie Miss Katherine Gillam, 912 N. King St., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Mr. David Brinkley, Sr., Rt. 1 Box 92-X, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Mrs. Jane Taylor, P.O. Box 73, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Mrs. Eloise Perry, P.O. Box 5, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa Mr. C.E. Baker, P.O. Box 57, Aulander 27805 

Conway Mrs. Lee J. Duncan, P.O. Box 204, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Mr. Douglas Lowe, 925 West St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Mrs. L.B. Burgess, Rt. 2 Box 402, Conway 27820 

Earlys Mr. Robert Brinkley, Rt. 1 Box 20, Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood Mrs. Sandra Lee, 904 N. King St., Windsor 27983 

Elam Mrs. William Stephenson, P.O. Box 12, Seaboard 27876 

Elm Grove Mrs. Louise Jernigan, Rt. 2 Box 336, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mr. Billy Britton, Rt. 1 Box 173, Pendleton 27862 

Green's Cross Mrs. Margaret Mizelle, 1004 Taylor St., Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Mr. Jimmy Mason, Rt. 1 Box 10, Harrellsville 27924 

Hebron Mrs. Walter Miles, P.O. Box 251, Woodland 27897 



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Holly Grove Mrs. Eugene Simons, P.O. Box 232, Powellsville 27967 

Holly Springs Mrs. Betty Lou Eure, Rt. 3 Box 12-R, Ahoskie 27910 

Horton's Mrs. Dennis Bazemore, 804 S. King St., Windsor 27983 

Jackson Mrs. J.R. Duke, P.O. Box 185, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Mrs. Effie Vick, P.O. Box 128, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Mr. Talmadge Barnes, Star Rt. 1 , Rich Square 27867 

Lawrence Mr. Vernon Cobb, Rt. 4 Box 491 , Windsor 27983 

Lewiston Mr. Charles Edwards, P.O. Box 295, Lewiston 27849 

Margarettsville Mr. Jack Harlan, Rt. 1 Box 1, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Mrs. Margaret Davidson, Rt. 1 Box 343, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Mr. Cecil Liverman, 315 W. High St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Miss Sally Ann Barber, Rt. 2 Box 22, Ahoskie 27910 

Merry Hill Mr. Roy Pierce, Rt. 2, Windsor 27983 

Mt. Carmel Mrs. Evelyn Stephenson, Rt. 1, Jackson 27845 

Mt. Tabor .Mr. Francis Holloman, Rt. 1 Box 288, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro Mr. Clifton Collins, Rt. 1, Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Mrs. Margaret Rawls, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. J.M. Liverman, Rt. 1 Box 2, Aulander 27805 

Potecasi Mrs. Peggy Vaughan, P.O. Box 97, Potecasi 27867 

Powellsville Mrs. Donna Tayloe, Rt. 1 Box 5-X, Ahoskie 27910 

Republican Mr. Reddick White, Jr., 301 Sterlingworth, Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Mrs. Sarah Ivey, P.O. Box 226, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Baker, Rt. 1 Box 147-A, Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel Mrs. Joan Home, Rt. 1 Box 91, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Mr. Basil Hoggard, Rt. 3 Box 131-A, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run Mrs. Martha McLawhorn, P.O. Box 66, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard No Report 

Severn Mr. Garland D. Barnes, P.O. Box 35, Severn 27877 

Siloam Mr. Taylor Jones, Rt. 1 Box 198, Williamston 27892 

St. John's Mrs. Josephine Askew, Rt. 2 Box 106, Ahoskie 27910 

Union Mrs. C.J. Liverman, Rt. 1 Box 249, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Mrs. Agnes belch, Rt. 2 Box 65, Colerain 27924 

Winton Mrs. Gloria Thum, P.O. Box 462, Main St., Winton 27986 

Woodland Mr. John Outland, Jr., P.O. Box 445, Woodland 27897 

Music Directors 

i\hoskie First Mr. Don Gober, 421 S. Pembroke Ave., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Trudy Gibson, Rt. 2, Mufreesboro 27855 

Askewville Mrs. Amy Hoggard, Rt. 3 Box 225-C, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Sylvia Vaughan, Rt. 1 Box 234-D, Murfreesboro 27855 

Bethany Mr. Wayne Lee, Rt. 2 Box 167, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Linda Meadows, Rt. 1, Pleasant Hill 28766 

Bethlehem None 

Brantley's Grove Mr. Glenn Brickhouse, Rt. 3 Box 190-B, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Mrs. William Lawrence, 214 Liberty St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Capeharts Mrs. Ruth Evans, Rt. 1 Box 276, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Mrs. Joseph Spruill, Rt. 1 Box 542, Aulander 27805 



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Center Grove Mr. Otis Payne, 421 S. Rhue St., Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Mr. E.G. Blythe, Rt. 1 Box 30, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Mrs. Don Craft, 516N. Pembroke Ave., Ahoskie 27910 

Connaritsa None 

Conway Mrs. Bobby Cox, P.O. Box 248, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Mr. Billy Woodard, Rt. 1 Box 8-X, Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Mr. Bahnson Bryant, P.O. Box 202, Jackson 27845 

Earlys Mrs. Elaine Myers, 512 S. Curtis St., Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood Rev. Dan Graves, Rt. 3 box 81 Vi, Windsor 27983 

Elam Mr. Leon Dickens, Rt. 1 Box 259, Garysburg 27831 

Elm Grove Mr. Aubrey Mizelle, Rt. 2 Box 282, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mr. Hugh Patterson, Rt. 1 Box 39, Seaboard 27876 

Green's Cross Miss Wanda Lawrence, 314 Belmont St., Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Mrs. Francis Liverman, Rt. 1 Box 100-A, Cofield 27922 

Hebron None 

Holly Grove Mr. Thomas Ruffm, Rt. 1 Box 280, Ahoskie 27910 

Holly Springs None 

Horton's None 

Jackson Mrs. Betsy McLean, P.O. Box 445, Jackson 27845 

Kelford None 

Lasker Mrs. Wanda Britton, Rt. 1, Woodland 27897 

Lawrence Mrs. Jane Cobb, Rt. 4 Box 491 , Windsor 27983 

Lewiston None 

Margarettsville Helen Vick, P.O. Box 42, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Mrs. Peggy Jones, Rt. 1 Box 105, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Mr. Robert Mulder, P.O. Box 595, Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Mrs. Edna Burkett, P.O. Box 153, Woodland 27897 

Merry Hill Mrs. Carolyn Smithwick, Rt. 2, Windsor 27983 

Mt. Carmel Rev. Jack Morgan, Rt. 1 Box 219, Corapeake 27926 

Mt. Tabor Mrs. Ann HoUoman, Rt. 1 Box 288, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro Mr. James Chamblee, 1 12 Springlake Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Mr. Robert Rawls, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Mr. Ricky Perry, Rt. 1 Box 272-A, Woodland 27897 

Potecasi None 

Powellsville None 

Republican Mrs. Grady Leary, Rt. 1 Box 138, Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Mrs. Becky Joyner, P.O. Box 37, Gumberry 27838 

Riverside Mrs. Laurie Hulin, Rt. 1 Box 144, Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel Mrs. Joan Home, Rt. 1 Box 91, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Mr. Joseph Hoggard, Rt. 3 Box 328, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run Mr. Bennie Reynolds, P.O. Box 174, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard No Report 

Severn Mrs. R.P. Watson, P.O. Box 15, Severn 27877 

Siloam None 

St. John's Mrs. Josephine Askew, Rt. 2 Box 106, Ahoskie 27910 

Union Rev. Cameron Currin, Jr., Rt. 2 Box 54, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Mr. John H. Perry, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Winton Mrs. Fred Downs, P.O. Box 127, Winton 27986 

Woodland Mrs. Diane Clark, P.O. Box 1 12, Woodland 27897 



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Organists and Pianists 



Ahoskie First Organist - Billy Raynor 

Pianist - Mrs. Regina Gober 

Ashley's Grove Organist - Vera Futrell 

Pianist - Janice Parker 

Askewville Organist - Mrs. Mary L. Jernigan 

Pianist - Mrs. Kay Brantley 

Aulander Organist - Sylvia Vaughan 

Pianist - Same 

Bethany Organist - Miss Angle Phelps 

Pianist - Mrs. Rodney Lee 

Bethel Organist - Linda Meadows 

Pianist - Same 

Bethlehem Pianist - Viola Perry 

Brantley's Grove Organist - Mrs. James C. Ward 

Pianist - Mrs. June H. White 

Buckhorn Organist - Mrs. Howard K. Taylor 

Pianist - Same 

Capeharts Organist - Mrs. Sue Doris White 

Pianist - Mrs. Lovey White 

Cashie Organist - Mrs. Tom A. Brooks 

Pianist - Miss Laura Harrell 

Center Grove Organist - Mrs. A.S. Godwin 

Pianist - Mrs. Linda Hicks 

Christian Harbor Pianist - Mrs. Kate Griffin 

Colerain Organist - Mrs. Don Craft 

Pianist - Mrs. Jerry Alexander 
Connaritsa Organist - Mrs. Jane Baker 

Pianist - Mrs. Carolyn Fornes 

Conway Organist - Mrs. Bobby Taylor 

Pianist - Mrs. Albert Vann 

Creech Memorial Organist - Nan Johnson 

Pianist - Sonja Woodard 

Creeksville Pianist - Mrs. Judy Sumner 

Early s Organist - Mrs. Billy Jernigan 

Pianist - Mrs. Clifton Hurst 

Edgewood Pianist - Mrs. Diane Dunlow 

Elam Organist - Mr. Joey Davis 

Pianist - Mrs. Brenda Dickens 

Elm Grove Organist - Mrs. Connie Mizelle 

Pianist - Mrs. Rita Dawson 

Galatia Organist - Mr. Elliott Davis 

Pianist - Mrs. John Glover 

Green's Cross Organist - Mrs. Mac Williams 

Pianist - Miss Wanda Lawrence 

Harrellsville Organist - Mrs. Mary L. Sullivan 

Pianist - Mrs. Rhonda Cotton 



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Holly Grove Organist - Mrs. Thomas E. Ruffin, Jr. 

Pianist - Miss Katrina Matthews 

Holly Springs Pianist - Mary Ann Eure 

Horton's Organist - Mrs. Joe E. Phelps 

Pianist - Mrs. Dennis Bazemore 

Jackson Organist - Mrs. Joe D. McLean 

Pianist - Mrs. B.H. Harrell 

Kelford Organist - Mrs. Effie Vick 

Pianist - Mr. Sonny Browne 

Lasker Organist - Annie Mae Woods 

Pianist - Same 

Lawrence Pianist - Ms. Delanie Pratt 

Lewiston Organist - Ruth Williford 

Pianist - Diane Harrington 

Margarettsville Pianist - Joyce Clark 

Mars Hill Organist - Mrs. Carrie D. Brown 

Pianist - Mrs. Ruth Davidson 

Meherrin Organist - Mrs. Joyce Miller 

Pianist - Mrs. Betty Colson 

Menola Pianist - Miss Evelyn Jones 

Merry Hill Organist - Carolyn Smithwick 

Pianist - Virginia Barfield 

Mt. Carmel Pianist - Mrs„ Edith Drewette 

Mt. Tabor Organist - Mrs. Sue Godwin 

Pianist - Same 

Murfreesboro Organist - Libby Tilson 

Oak Grove Pianist - Robert Rawls 

Pleasant Grove Pianist - Mrs. Ricky Perry 

Potecasi Organist - Julie Best 

Powellsville Organist - Mrs. Julia C. Godwin 

Pianist - Mrs. Melody W. Futrell 

Republican Pianist - Mrs. Rebecca Lilley 

Rich Square Organist - Mrs. Becky Joyner 

Pianist - Mr. Winston Hollingsworth 

Riverside Organist - Miss Lynette Finch 

Pianist - Mr. Charles Hulin IV 

Robert's Chapel Organist - Mrs. Sandra Woodard 

Pianist - Mrs. Emma Gay Stephenson 

Ross Organist - Mrs. Linda J. Harrell 

Pianist - Mrs. Betsy Kornegay 

Sandy Run , Organist - Mr. Bennie J. Reynolds 

Pianist - Mrs. Willie Lou Bishop 

Severn Organist - Mrs. R.P. Watson 

Pianist - Miss Kristie Helms 

Siloam Pianist - Mrs. Wanda Speller 

St. John's Organist - Mrs. Josephine Askew 

Pianist - Mrs. Myrtie Britton 



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Union Organist - Mrs. Lawrence Sumner 

Pianist - Same 

Wakelon Pianist - Tracy Belch 

Winton Organist - Mrs. R. A. Newsome, Jr. 

Pianist - Mrs. Clayton Piland 
Woodland Organist - Mrs. Diane Clark 

Media Library Directors 

Ahoskie First Mrs. Louise Garrett, 421 W. First St., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Vera Futrell, Rt. 1 Box 206, Conway 27820 

Askewville Mrs. Jenny Terry, Rt. 3 Box 251 1/2, Windsor 27983 

Cashie Mrs. Warren Cobb, Rt. 4 Box 494, Windsor 27983 

Christian Harbor Mrs. Nellie Holloman, Rt. 1 Box 92, Harrellsville 27942 

Conway Mrs. Lee J. Duncan, P.O. Box 204, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Lillian Horton, 402 E. Memorial Dr., Ahoskie 27910 

Elm Grove Miss Sheba Ray, Rt. 2 Box 330, Colerain 27924 

Green's Cross Mrs. Allie Mizelle, Rt. 2 Box 169, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Mrs. R.C. Mason, Jr., P.O. Box 6, Harrellsville 27942 

Lasker Mrs. Nancy Hawks, P.O. Box 201, Lasker 27848 

Meherrin Mrs. Earlene Davis, Rt. 1 Box 100, Pendleton 27862 

Mt. Tabor Mrs. Elizabeth Futrell, 310 Sewell St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Potecasi Dennis Babb, Potecasi 27867 

Robert's Chapel Mrs. Doris Lewter, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Mrs. Ruth Basham, Rt. 3 Box 367, Windsor 27983 

Severn Mr. R.W. Britt, P.O. Box 173, Severn 27877 

Woodland Mrs. Hannah H. Vaughan, P.O. Box 367, Woodland 27897 




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Constitution 



NAME 

Article 1. This body shall be known as the West Chowan Baptist Association of 
North Carolina. 

MEMBERSHIP 

Article 2. It shall be composed of messengers elected by the churches connected with 
this body and all ordained ministers who are pastors of said churches, together with the 
officers of this Association, and chairmen of all standing committees. Each church of 
100 members and under shall be entitled to two messengers, and for each additional 100 
members, an additional messenger, provided that no church shall have more than 10 
messengers. 

PURPOSE 

Article 3. The purpose of this Association shall be to inspire, encourage, and enlist its 
membership in a spirit of brotherly love and cooperation, for the promotion of the en- 
tire program of our denomination; to the end that the gospel of our Lord and Saviour 
Jesus Christ might be proclaimed with greater power and effectiveness in our Associa- 
tion, our State and Nation, and unto the uttermost part of the world. 

POWERS AND PREROGATIVES 

Article 4. The Association shall have no powers to infringe upon the sovereignty or 
rights of the churches. It is neither an ecclesiastical nor legislative council, nor a court of 
appeal. It may advise the churches and recommend measures of usefulness for their 
adoption, but cannot bind them in any way. There shall be full recognition of the auton- 
omy of the local church and there shall be full recognition of the autonomy of the Asso- 
ciation. However, in view of the combined wisdom, piety and intelligence of the Associ- 
ation, it justly claims the very highest consideration and regard for itself, its objects and 
its recommendations. 

Article 5. Any Baptist church in good standing approving the design, objects and 
principles of this Association, and holding the same doctrine and ordinances, may be 
admitted into fellowship upon two-thirds vote of the messengers. All applications shall 
be referred to the Membership Committee for study. Churches desiring membership 
should give notice by making application one year in advance. 

Article 6. The Association may dissolve its relation with any church that consistently 
refuses to support the design, objects and principles of the West Chowan Baptist Associ- 
ation. Any irregularities which are reported shall be referred to the Membership Com- 
mittee who will report their finds to the Fall Associational meeting. The relationship 
may be dissolved by a two-thirds vote of the messengers one year after irregularities have 
been brought to the attention of the Association. 

RIGHTS AND DUTIES 

Article 7. Every church will be requested to contribute a percentage of its gifts, or so 
much per resident member for defraying the expenses of the Association and for direc- 
tion of the promotional education and missionary work of the Association. This per- 
centage or amount shall be sent to the Associational Treasurer monthly by each church 
treasurer. 



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Article 8. Every church will send to every annual session of the Association a letter on 
the form adopted by the Association with such additional information as it may deem 
fitting. 

Article 9. Any church wishing to dissolve its relationship with the Association in 
order to transfer to another association may do so with a majority vote at any regular 
Associational meeting. 

ORGANIZATION 

Article 10. The officers of this Association shall be a Moderator, a Vice-Moderator, a 
Clerk, a Treasurer, a Parliamentarian, a Director of Sunday School, a Director of 
Discipleship Training, a Director of Baptist Men, a Director of Woman's Missionary 
Union, a Director of Music, a Director of Missions Development, a Director of 
Stewardship Development, a Director of Evangelism, and a Director of Pastor/Church 
Relations. They shall be elected at the Spring Session. The term of all officers shall com- 
mence at the conclusion of the Fall Session and continue until their successors are 
elected in the Spring Session and are ready to take office at the conclusion of the Fall 
Session. 

DUTIES 

Article 11. It shall be the duty of the Moderator to open meetings punctually at the 
appointed time; to enforce the rules; to enforce order and to exercise all prerogatives of 
a presiding officer according to Robert's Rules of Order. 

Article 12. It shall be the duty of the Vice-Moderator to perform the duties of the 
Moderator in his absence. 

Article 13. It shall be the duty of the Clerk to attend and keep a full record of the 
meetings of the Association and to compile, edit and distribute to the churches the min- 
utes and data from the church letters in an annual report. He may appoint an assistant 
when necessary. He shall be paid such honorarium and expenses as the Association 
directs. 

Article 14. It shall be the duty of the Treasurer to receive, safeguard and distribute all 
funds of the Association. Disbursements of funds shall be in accordance with the budget 
adopted by the Association. He shall make quarterly reports to the Executive Promo- 
tion Committee and annual reports to the Fall session. He may be paid honorariums 
and expenses as the Association may direct. Non-budget items shall be approved by the 
Stewardship Development Committee. Treasurer shall be under bond. 

Article 15. The Parliamentarian shall assist the presiding officer in conducting the 
business of the Association according to Robert's Rules of Order. 

Article 16. The Director of Sunday School shall promote and supervise the Sunday 
School Program in the Association in cooperation with the Executive Promotion Com- 
mittee and the Director of Missions. 

Article 17. The Director of Discipleship Training Program shall promote and super- 
vise the Discipleship Training Program of the Association in cooperation with the Ex- 
ecutive Promotion Committee and the Director of Missions. 

Article 18. The Director of Baptist Men shall direct and supervise the program of 
Baptist men and boys in the Association in cooperation with the Executive Promotion 
Committee and the Director of Missions. 



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Article 19. The Director of Woman's Missionary Union shall direct and supervise the 
program for the women and girls in cooperation with the Executive Promotion Com- 
mittee and the Director of Missions. 

Article 20. The Director of Music shall promote and supervise the program of music 
in the Association in cooperation with the Executive Promotion Committee and the 
Director of Missions. 

THE EXECUTIVE PROMOTION COMMITTEE 

Article 21. The Executive Promotion Committee of the Association shall be the 
following: Moderator, Vice-Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Parliamentarian, Director of 
Woman's Missionary Union, Director of Missions, Director of Sunday School, Director 
of Discipleship Training, Director of Baptist Men, Director of Music, Director of 
Stewardship Development, Director of Missions Development, Director of Evangelism 
and Director of Pastor/Church Relations, the pastor of each church in the Association, 
provided the pastor is a member of the church he represents, and one lay member from 
each church. 

It shall be the duty of the Executive Promotion Committee to transact whatever 
business may require attention of the Association between sessions which actions shall 
be binding on the Association. The Executive Promotion Committee of the Association 
shall function with those duly elected members present and voting. No percentage 
quorum is required for these meetings. The Executive Promotion Committee should 
meet quarterly, and submit a full report of its work to the Association together with rec- 
ommendations for the promotion and extension of the work, including the Associa- 
tional budget. 

The Associational Council of the Executive Promotion Committee will be composed 
of the officers of the Association and one representative elected by the Executive Pro- 
motion Committee from each county in the Association. This council will work in close 
harmony with the Director of Missions in plans and programs. The Associational Coun- 
cil of the Executive Promotion Committee shall function with those duly elected officers 
present and voting at any announced meeting. No percentage quorum is required for 
these meetings. 

In the event that any office, constituted by any article herein, becomes vacant during 
the Associational year, said office may be filled for the interim by appointment of the 
Associational Council. 

Article 22. The Director of Missions, whom the Association may employ, shall be 
under the direction of the Associational Council of the Executive Promotion Commit- 
tee. He shall promote and coordinate the work of the Association through the organiza- 
tions and programs; and carry out the missionary and extension plans of the Associa- 
tional Council. He shall be an ex officio member of all committees in an advisory and 
promotional capacity. 

AMENDMENTS 

Article 23. This Constitution may be altered at the Fall session of the body by a two- 
thirds vote of the messengers present and voting. However, a sixty-day notice of the pro- 
posed change shall be sent to the Chairman of the Associational Council of the Ex- 
ecutive Promotion Committee, and such proposed amendment shall be read on two 
consecutive days before the action on the same. 



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COMMITTEES AND THEIR DUTIES 



Article 24. The committees of the Association shall be divided into two categories. 
Section A. Committees to be appointed by the Moderator in advance of the Fall 
meeting. 

1 . A Committee on Enrollment consisting of six. This committee shall recognize and 
register all messengers and others attending the Association and report to the Associa- 
tion when called upon. 

2. A Committee on Committees consisting of two members from each of the coun- 
ties comprising the Association. This committee shall nominate for election by the Asso- 
ciation all standing committees and such other committees as may be assigned to it. This 
committee should make its primary report during the first session of the Fall meeting. 
This committee shall designate the chairman of each committee. 

Section B. Standing Committees which will serve through the year and which shall 
report at each session or as the need arises. 

1 . A Committee on Place and Preacher consisting of three, the duty of which shall 
be to recommend to the Association where the next Spring and Fall sessions shall meet 
and the preacher to deliver the annual sermon and his alternate. 

2. A Committee on Resolutions consisting of three, the duty of which shall be to 
draw up and present to the Association suitable resolutions of appreciation and expres- 
sions of sentiments on any matter chosen by the committee or referred to the committee 
by the Moderator of the Association. 

3. A Committee on Order of Business consisting of five. The Vice-Moderator shall 
be the chairman of this committee. It shall be the duty of this committee to present a 
printed report at both Spring and Fall meetings suggesting the order of business. This 
report should be acted upon as soon as feasible after the opening of the Association. 
When adopted, its report shall become the order of the Association and cannot be 
changed except by majority vote of the body. 

4. A Committee on Nominations consisting of three members from each of the 
counties composing the Association. This committee at the Spring meeting shall 
nominate representatives of the various institutions, the officers of the Association, and 
other officers that may be necessary to execute the program of the Association. 
Nominations by this committee shall not preclude nominations from the floor. No of- 
ficer of the Association shall hold more than one office at a time. The Nominating 
Committee should constantly seek the counsel of existing Associational Officer when 
preparing their report. No name shall be submitted to the Association for election until 
that individual has agreed to serve if elected. 

5. A Trustees Committee consisting of three, the duty of which shall be to hold in 
trust any property, endowment, or other securities of the Association. 

6. A Committee on Ordination consisting of three. It shall be the duty of this com- 
mittee to make itself available to any church who has a candidate for the Gospel Minis- 
try. 

7. A Committee on History consisting of five members, one member elected each 
year for five years. This committee shall be responsible for compiling and maintaining a 
history of the Association. 

8. A Committee on Memorials consisting of three members elected each year, one 
from each county. This committee shall be responsible for suitably memorializing de- 
ceased members of the churches of the Association and other events as may be 
necessary. 

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9. A Committee on Membership consisting of five members, one member elected 
each year for five years. It shall be the duty of this committee to consuh with churches in 
areas of Church-Association relationships and report the desire of the church as regards 
status in becoming member churches or in desire to withdraw fellowship. A committee 
from the church and this committee of the Association on membership shall work in all 
matters for harmony and good will among the churches. This committee functions at 
the request of the Associational Council of the Executive Promotion Committee and/or 
the Association meeting in the Fall. 

10. A Committee on the Constitutions consisting of three members being elected each 
year. This committee shall keep the constitution up to date and recommend revisions in 
accordance with the provisions of the constitution. 

11. A Committee on Libraries consisting of four members elected each year. This 
committee shall be responsible for the development of the Associational Library organi- 
zation and will assist the churches in their library work when requested. 

12. A Committee on Seminary Extension consisting of three members, one member 
elected each year for three years. This committee shall plan the courses of study and 
make all arrangements for a balanced program of study. 

13. A Stewardship Development Committee consisting of a Director and nine 
members, three from each of the counties comprising the Association. 

This Committee shall prepare the Associational Budget, promote the cooperative pro- 
gram, designated offerings, promote stewardship development programs. It shall be the 
duty of this committee to audit the Treasurer's records and report to the Association. 

14. A Missions Development Committee consisting of a Director, a representative 
from W.M.U., Baptist Men and Sunday School. This committee shall challenge the 
churches to be on mission in discovering areas of unmet needs, to help churches to 
develop mission development committees to meet these needs, to help coordinate a joint 
effort between Sunday School, W.M.U. and Baptist Men in outreach ministries with 
particular emphasis on new work starts. It shall be the responsibility of the committee to 
recommend to the Associational Council mission priorities and plans. 

15. A Committee on Evangelism consisting of a Director and two members from each 
of the counties composing the Association. This committee shall promote evangelism, 
plan and promote any special evangelistic rallies, such as a simultaneous revivals, or 
other evangelistic activities or meetings. 

16. A Committee on Pastor/Church Relations consisting of a Director, a pastor and a 
layperson from each of the counties composing the Association. It shall be the respon- 
sibility of the committee to hold meetings for the purpose of developing plans and pro- 
grams that will enhance the relationships of pastors and churches. It shall be the respon- 
sibility of the committee to recommend to the Associational Council priorities and plans 
for carrying them out. 

17. A Committee on Family and Christian Social Ministries consisting of six people 
-a chairman and five members - two from each of the counties composing the Associa- 
tion. It shall be the responsibility of the committee to conduct surveys to determine 
needs for strengthening the family and determine the greatest needs in Christian Social 
Ministries. To develop strategies and report to the Associational Council plans for car- 
rying them out. 

Article 25. Any regulation prior to this constitution which conflicts herewith is hereby 
repealed. 

Article 26. Baptist Faith and Message Statement. 



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I. THE SCRIPTURES 



The Holy Bible was written by men divinely inspired and is the record of God's reve- 
lation of Himself to man. It is a perfect treasure of divine instruction. It has God for its 
author, salvation for its end, and truth, without any mixture or error, for its matter. It 
reveals the principles by which God judges us; and therefore is, and will remain to the 
end of the world, the true center of Christian union, and the supreme standard by which 
all human conduct, creeds, and religious opinions should be tried. The criterion by 
which the Bible is to be interpreted is Jesus Christ. 

II. GOD 

There is one and only one living and true God. He is an intelligent, spiritual, and per- 
sonal Being, the Creator, Redeemer, Preserver, and Ruler of the universe. God is in- 
finite in holiness and all other perfections. To Him we owe the highest love, reverence, 
and obedience. The eternal God reveals Himself to us as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, 
with distinct personal attributes, but without division of nature, essence, or being. 

A. God the Father 

God as Father reigns with providential care over His universe. His creatures, and the 
flow of the stream of human history according to the purposes of His grace. He is all 
powerful, all loving, and all wise. God is Father in truth to those who become children 
of God through faith in Jesus Christ. He is fatherly in His attitude toward all men. 

B. God the Son 

Christ is the eternal Son of God. In His incarnation as Jesus Christ, he was conceived 
of the Holy Spirit and born of the virgin Mary. Jesus perfectly revealed and did the will 
of God, taking upon Himself the demands and necessities of human nature and identi- 
fying Himself completely with mankind yet without sin. He honored the divine law by 
His personal obedience, and in His death on the cross, He made provision for the re- 
demption of men from sin. He was raised from the dead with a glorified body and ap- 
peared to His disciples as the person who was with them before His crucifixion. He 
ascended into heaven and is now exalted at the right hand of God where He is the One 
Mediator, partaking of the nature of God and of man, and in whose Person is effected 
the reconciliation between God and man. He will return in power and glory to judge the 
world and to consummate His redemptive mission. He now dwells in all believers as the 
living and ever present Lord. 

C. God the Holy Spirit 

The Holy Spirit is the Spirit of God. He inspired holy men of old to write the Scrip- 
tures. Through illumination. He enables men to understand truth. He exalts Christ. He 
convicts of sin, of righteousness and of judgment. He calls men to the Saviour, and ef- 
fects regeneration. He cultivates Christian character, comforts believers, and bestows 
the spiritual gifts by which they serve God through His church. He seals the believer un- 
to the day of final redemption. His presence in the Christian is the assurance of God to 
bring the believer into the fulness of the stature of Christ. He enlightens and empowers 
the believer and the church in worship, evangelism, and service. 



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III. MAN 



Man was created by the special act of God, in His own image, and is the crowning 
work of His creation. In the beginning, man was innocent of sin and was endowed by 
His Creator with freedom of choice. By his free choice, man sinned against God and 
brought sin into the human race. Through the temptation of Satan, man transgressed 
the command of God and fell from his original innocence; whereby his posterity inherit 
a nature and an environment inclined toward sin, and as soon as they are capable of 
moral action become transgressors and are under condemnation. Only the grace of God 
can bring man into His holy fellowship and enable man to fulfill the creative purpose of 
God. The sacredness of human personality is evident in that God created man in His 
own image, and in that Christ died for man; therefore, every man possesses dignity and 
is worthy of respect and Christian love. 

IV. SALVATION 

Salvation involves the redemption of the whole man, and is offered freely to all who 
accept Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour, who by His own blood obtained eternal re- 
demption for the believer. In its broadest sense, salvation includes regeneration, sanctifi- 
cation, and glorification. 

A. Regeneration, or the new birth, is a work of God's grace whereby believers become 
new creatures of Christ Jesus. It is a change of heart wrought by the Holy Spirit through 
conviction of sin, to which the sinner responds in repentance toward God and faith in 
the Lord Jesus Christ. 

Repentance and faith are inseparable experiences of grace. Repentance is a genuine 
turning from sin toward God. Faith is the acceptance of Jesus Christ and commitment 
of the entire personality to Him as Lord and Saviour. Justification is God's gracious and 
full acquittal upon principles of His righteousness of all sinners who repent and believe 
in Christ. Justification brings the believer into a relationship of peace and favor with 
God. 

B. Sanctification is the experience, beginning in regeneration, by which the believer is 
set apart to God's purposes, and is enabled to progress toward moral and spiritual per- 
fection through the presence and power of the Holy Spirit dwelling in him. Growth in 
grace should continue throughout the regenerate person's life. 

C. Glorification is the culmination of salvation and is the final blessed and abiding 
state of the redeemed. 

V. GOD'S PURPOSE OF GRACE 

Election is the gracious purpose of God, according to which He regenerates, sanc- 
tifies, and glorifies sinners. It is consistent with the free agency of man, and com- 
prehends all the means in connection with the end. It is glorious display of God's 
sovereign goodness, and is infinitely wise, holy, and unchangeable. It excludes boasting 
and promotes humility. 

All true believers endure to the end. Those whom God has accepted in Christ, and 
sanctified by His Spirit, will never fall away from the state of grace, but shall preserve to 
the end. Believers may fall into sin and through neglect and temptation, whereby they 
grieve the Spirit, impair their graces and comforts, bring reproach on the cause of 
Christ, and temporal judgments on themselves, yet they shall be kept by the power of 
God through faith unto salvation. 



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VI. THE CHURCH 



A New Testament church of the Lord Jesus Christ is a local body of baptized believ- 
ers who are associated by covenant in the faith and fellowship of the gospel, observing 
the two ordinances of Christ, committed to His teachings, exercising the gifts, rights, 
and privileges invested in them by His Word, and seeking to extend the gospel to the 
ends of the earth. 

This church is an autonomous body, operating through democratic processes under 
the Lordship of Jesus Christ. In such a congregation, members are equally responsible. 
Its Scriptural officers are pastors and deacons. 

The New Testament speaks also of the church as the body of Christ which includes all 
of the redeemed of all the ages. 

VII. BAPTISM AND THE LORD'S SUPPER 

Christian baptism is the immersion of a believer in water in the name of the Father, 
the Son, and the Holy Spirit. It is an act of obedience symbolizing the believer's faith in 
a crucified, buried, and risen Saviour, the believer's death to sin, the burial of the old 
life, and resurrection to walk in newness of life in Christ Jesus. It is a testimony to his 
faith in the final resurrection of the dead. Being a church ordinance, it is prerequisite to 
the privileges of church membership and to the Lord's Supper. 

The Lord's Supper is a symbolic act of obedience whereby members of the church, 
through partaking of the bread and the fruit of the vine, memorialize the death of the 
Redeemer and anticipate His second coming. 

VIII. THE LORD'S DAY 

The first day of the week is the Lord's Day. It is a Christian institution for regular ob- 
servance. It commemorates the resurrection of Christ from the dead and should be 
employed in exercises of worship and spiritual devotion, both public and private, and by 
refraining from worldly amusements, and resting from secular employments, work of 
necessity and mercy only being excepted. 

IX. THE KINGDOM 

The Kingdom of God includes both His general sovereignty over the universe and His 
particular kingship over men who willfully acknowledge Him as King. Particularly the 
Kingdom is the realm of salvation into which men enter by trustful, childlike commit- 
ment to Jesus Christ. Christians ought to pray and to labor that the Kingdom may come 
and God's will be done on earth. The full consummation of the Kingdom awaits the 
return of Jesus Christ and the end of this age. 

X. LAST THINGS 

God, in His own time and in His own way, will bring the world its appropriate end. 
According to His promise, Jesus Christ will return personally and visibly in glory to the 
earth; the dead will be raised; and Christ will judge all men in righteousness. The un- 
righteous will be consigned to Hell, the place of everlasting punishment. The righteous 
in their resurrected and glorified bodies will receive their reward and will dwell forever in 
Heaven with the Lord. 



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XI. EVANGELISM AND MISSIONS 

It is the duty and privilege of every follower of Christ and of every church of the Lord 
Jesus Christ to endeavor to make disciples of all nations. The new birth of man's spirit 
by God's Holy Spirit means the birth of love for others. Missionary effort on the part of 
all rests thus upon a spiritual necessity of the regenerate life, and is expressly and 
repeatedly commanded in the teachings of Christ. It is the duty of every child of God to 
seek constantly to win the lost to Christ by personal effort and by all other methods in 
harmony with the gospel of Christ. 

XIL EDUCATION 

The cause of education in the Kingdom of Christ is to coordinate with the causes of 
missions and general benevolence, and should receive along with these, the liberal sup- 
port of the churches. An adequate system of Christian schools is necessary to a complete 
spiritual program for Christ's people. 

In Christian education, there should be a proper balance between academic freedom 
and academic responsibility. Freedom in any orderly relationship of human life is al- 
ways limited and never absolute. The freedom of a teacher in a Christian school, college, 
or seminary is limited by the preeminence of Jesus Christ, by the authoritative nature of 
the Scripture, and by the distinct purpose for which the school exists. 

XIII. STEWARDSHIP 

God is the source of all blessings, temporal and spiritual; all that we have and are, we 
owe to Him. Christians have a spiritual debtorship to the whole world, a holy trustee- 
ship in the gospel, and a binding stewardship in their possessions. They are therefore 
under the obligation to serve Him with their time, talents, and material possessions; and 
should recognize all these as entrusted to them to use for the glory of God and for help- 
ing others. According to the Scriptures, Christians should contribute of their means 
cheerfully, regularly, systematically, proportionately, and liberally for the advancement 
of the Redeemer's cause on earth. 

XIV. COOPERATION 

Christ's people should, as occasion requires, organize such associations and conven- 
tions as may best secure cooperation for the great objects of the Kingdom of God. Such 
organizations have no authority over one another or over the churches. They are volun- 
tary and advisory bodies designed to elicit, combine, and direct the energies of our peo- 
ple in the most effective manner. Members of New Testament churches should 
cooperate with one another in carrying forward the missionary, educational, and benev- 
olent ministries for the extension of Christ's Kingdom. Christian unity in the New Testa- 
ment sense is spiritual harmony and voluntary cooperation for common ends by various 
groups of Christ's people. Cooperation is desirable between the various Christian de- 
nominations, when the end to be attained is itself justified, and when such cooperation 
involves no violation of conscience or compromise of loyalty to Christ and His Word as 
revealed in the New Testament. 



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XV. THE CHRISTIAN AND THE SOCIAL ORDER 



Every Christian is under obligation to seek to make the will of Christ supreme in his 
own life and in human society. Means and methods used for the improvement of society 
and the establishment of righteousness among men can be truly and permanently helpful 
only when they are rooted in the regeneration of the individual by the saving grace of 
God in Christ Jesus. The Christian should oppose in the spirit of Christ every form of 
greed, selfishness, and vice. He should work to provide for the orphaned, the needy, the 
aged, the helpless, and the sick. Every Christian should seek to bring industry, govern- 
ment, and society as a whole under the sway of the principles of righteousness, truth, 
and brotherly love. In order to promote these ends. Christians should be ready to work 
with all men of good will in any good cause, always being careful to act in the spirit of 
love without compromising their loyalty to Christ and His truth. 

XVI. PEACE AND WAR 

It is the duty of Christians to seek peace with all men on principles of righteousness. 
In accordance with the spirit and teachings of Christ, they should do all in their power to 
put an end to war. 

The true remedy for the war spirit is the gospel of our Lord. The supreme need of the 
world is the acceptance of His teachings in all the affairs of men and nations, and the 
practical application of His law of love. 

XVII. RELIGIOUS LIBERTY 

God alone is Lord of the conscience, and He has left it free from the doctrines and 
commandments of men which are contrary to His Word or not contained in it. Church 
and state should be separate. The state owes to every church protection and full freedom 
in the pursuit of its spiritual ends. In providing for such freedom, no ecclesiastical group 
or denomination should be favored by the state more than others. Civil government be- 
ing ordained of God, it is the duty of Christians to render loyal obedience thereto in all 
things not contrary to the revealed will of God. The church should not resort to the civil 
power to carry on its work. The gospel of Christ contemplates spiritual means alone for 
the pursuit of its ends. The state has no right to impose penalties for religious opinions 
of any kind. The state has no right to impose taxes for the support of any form of 
religion. A free church in a free state is the Christian ideal, and this implies the right of 
free and unhindered access to God on the part of all men, and the right to form and 
propagate opinions in the sphere of religion without interference by the civil power. 




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Proceedings 



West Chowan Baptist Association 

4th Annual Spring Meeting 

Tuesday, April 25, 1989 
ROSS BAPTIST CHURCH 
THEME: "Laity on Missions" 

1. A musical prelude was presented by Mrs. Rita Dawson, pianist and Mrs. Annie 
Mae Wood, organist. 

2. Mrs. Corene Harris, moderator of the West Chowan Baptist Association, called 
the 4th Annual Spring Meeting to order. The meeting to be presided over jointly with 
the vice-moderator. Rev. Joe McLean. 

3. The moderator welcomed everyone. 

4. The history of Ross Baptist Church was read by Ray Kornegay. 

5. The registration committee was Mrs. LeeAnn Hoggard, Mrs. Betsy Kornegay, 
Ms. Jesse Mae Bailey and Ms. Rhonda Britton. 

6. The Association Music Director, Miss Anna Belle Crouch led the congregation in 
singing "This is the Day." 

7. The Director of Missions, Rev. Lonnie Armstrong told the congregation that Ross 
Baptist Church was recognized as one of the top 100 rural churches in the Southern Bap- 
tist Association in 1923 with 822 members. 

8. The following new pastors were recognized: Rev. Steve Match ett, Sandy Run; 
Rev. Robert Hall, Lawrence; Rev. George Wilmore, Mars Hill; Rev. Charles Hulin, 
Riverside; Rev. Tom McLean, Ross. Interim pastors, Rev. Lawrence Evans, Aulander 
and Rev. Daniel Spell, Winton. 

9. The moderator reminded the churches about the need of meeting places and co- 
host for the spring and fall meetings beginning in 1991. This information needs to be in 
the Association Office by August 1989. 

10. The following business was acted on: 

1. Mr. William Lawrence of the Nominations Committee read the slate of of- 
ficers for the New Year with the exception of the Brotherhood and RA Direc- 
tors, they would be filled later. The nominations report was adopted as 
presented. 

11. Rev. Lemar Wheeler of the Building and Grounds Committee presented a recom- 
mendation from the Building and Grounds Committee, Association Council and the 
Executive Promotional Committee to sell the Association home in Aulander and the 
money be put in a permanent trust fund and the interest go toward a housing allowance 
for the Director of Missions. There was a motion by Mr. Harry Ward and a second by 
Mr. Britton to do so. This was approved with one dissenting vote. 

12. The hymn, "Our Best," was sung by the congregation. 

13. Mr. Harry Ward of the Winton Baptist Church gave his testimony. 

14. Special music was presented by Miss Toni Jernigan of the Elm Grove Baptist 
Church. 

15. Rev. Tom Caulkins, pastor of the Murfreesboro Baptist Church brought the 
afternoon message on "Laity on Missions and Clergy" a very inspiring message. 



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16. Mr. Bob Spivey, Stewardship Director, issued a challenge to the churches to retire 
the $3,316.11 Association debt by coming and placing an offering on the communion 
table while the hymn "Something for Thee" was being sung by the congregation. This 
had also been previously challenged to each church in the Association. 

17. Rev. Tom McLean, pastor of Ross Baptist Church led in prayer blessing the even- 
ing meal served by Ross and Lasker Baptist Churches. 

EVENING SESSION 

18. Musical prelude. 

19. The evening session opened by the moderator with a report from the Registration 
Committee of 1 18 messengers, 17 alternates, 33 pastors and 34 visitors making a total of 
202 present at the meeting. 

20. The Director of Missions, Rev. Lonnie Armstrong gave a report on the Associa- 
tion. He was thankful for the special offering of $3,835.94 that was given to retire the 
debt of the Association. He said that this represented about half the churches and to 
those that had not given to do so and all over the amount to pay off the debt would be 
used for other things that are needed at the Association Office. 

21. The music director. Miss Anna Belle Crouch led the congregation in singing the 
hymn "Forward Through the Ages." 

22. Rev. John Spencer of the Seaboard Baptist Church gave the resolutions report. 

23. Rev. Lonnie Armstrong, DOM thanked the Ross and Lasker Churches for the 
details of this 4th meeting. The Lasker Church was scheduled to be the host church, but 
due to being a small church and the past weather conditions this year the church was 
afraid that they might not be able to accommodate a large group and so Ross agreed to 
be the host church for this Spring meeting. Rev. Armstrong talked about the upcoming 
Association Emphasis Week May 22-28, everyone was encouraged to come especially 
those that have never been in the Association Office. Rev. Armstrong also said that in 
conjunction with the Emphasis Week that there will also be a Pastors' Appreciation 
Week, beginning on May 21. He encouraged all churches to be a part in this and do 
something in showing how much they love their pastors other then just saying it while 
walking out the door on Sunday morning. 

24. Rev. James Lambert, Administrative Associate for minister support, Baptist State 
Convention, was introduced by Rev. Lonnie Armstrong. 

25. Special music was presented by the Sounds of Love Trio and the Elm Grove 
Church Choir. 

26. Rev. James Lambert brought the evening message. His text was taken from first 
Corinthians 3:8-9, speaking on the pastor-church relationship. He said, "We need to be 
kind to one another, tender hearted and forgiving to one another." There are too many 
ministers terminated every month. One of the causes of this is the lack of communica- 
tion between the pastor and the church. A pastor should know what is going on and be 
able to have the freedom to say what God wants him to say in the pulpit. Incompatibili- 
ty and immorality were probably the two main reasons. We need to remember whose 
church it really is. It is not the pastors, it is not the laypersons, it belongs to the Lord 
Christ. If it is not his, it is not worth doing in the first place. We are laborers together in 
church. 



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27. Rev. Bob Rogers, pastor of Rich Square Baptist Church gave the preacher and 
place report for the fall meeting, October 17 at Colerain. Rev. Freddie Harris of 
Askewville Baptist Church was speaker. On October 18 at Connaritsa Baptist Church, 
Rev. Ken Bunch, and Rev. John Oliver alternate. 

28. The congregation sang the hymn "Breathe On Me" and the 4th Annual Spring 
Meeting was adjourned with a prayer for those going to Brazil in May. 

Mrs. Corene Harris, Moderator 
Rev. Joe McLean, Vice-Moderator 
Floyd Barmer, Clerk 

Resolutions Committee Report 

The West Chowan Baptist Association in its 4th Annual Spring Session at Ross Bap- 
tist Church, on April 25, 1989, proposes the following resolutions. 

1 . Be it resolved, that we express our appreciation to Ross Baptist and Lasker Bap- 
tist for their warm hospitality and the evening meal. 

2. Our thanks to individuals and groups who led our sessions with music. 

3. Our thanks to Rev. Tom Caulkins, pastor of Murfreesboro Baptist, and Rev. 
James Lambert, Administrative Associate for Ministers' Support for the NC 
Baptist State Convention, for the Associational sermons. 

4. Our appreciation to Mrs. Corene Harris, our Moderator, for her work in our 
Association. 

John W. Spencer, Chairperson 
Shelby Stephens 
David Brinkley 

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ROSS BAPTIST CHURCH 



History of Ross Baptist Church 

Ross Baptist Church, founded in 1804, and named after Martin Ross, is the seventh 
oldest Baptist church in Bertie County. Although established in 1804, the church, 
through neglect and forgetfulness, was not dedicated until May 1935. It is known as the 
"Old Mother Church" of many newly organized churches, such as Askewville, Elm 
Grove, Bethany, and Green's Cross. 

The first meeting place for the congregation of Ross Baptist Church was beside an old 
oak stump at Cucklemaker Bridge, one-half mile east of the present building. People 
were baptized in the waters at Cucklemaker and came from many miles around. Bap- 
tisms were usually held in Cucklemaker Swamp, usually the Sunday after a series of 
"protracted meetings." The pastor would announce the time and place on Saturday and 
the people would assemble there on Sunday. On such occasions great numbers of people 
were baptized. The greatest number on record is 74. 

Martin Ross, the founder of our church, was of Scottish descent and lived in 
Williamston, North Carolina. He was born in 1762 and died in 1827. He and his wife 
were buried side by side at Bethel Baptist Church, near Edenton, North Carolina, which 
he founded in 1806. The churches Martin Ross organized were not in the West Chowan 
Association but in the Kehukee Association, which was the first body of the kind in the 
United States to take official action in behalf of missions to the heathen and to for- 
mulate permanent plans for the support of the enterprise. 

Ross did not have revivals as we do now, twice a year. They had only one a year and 
they were called "protracted meetings." Some of the meetings of the church held in its 
younger days began in the afternoon and ran into the night. The people brought their 



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suppers with them. People were very regular in attendance even though some had to 
walk, ride horse and carts, and even steers, for many miles. They had to have written ex- 
cuses for being absent and after so many absences, they were dismissed from the church 
roll, if the absences were not excused. 

Around 1882 preaching was only one Sunday a month and that was every fourth Sun- 
day. They also had all day meetings on Saturday and again the women made lunches for 
the family to eat at noon. The first thing that was done at the Saturday meetings was the 
roll call, for men only. The women did not have a roll call. The people had spittoons all 
along the aisles to spit in. 

Through the years many renovations have taken place at Ross Baptist Church such as 
new windows, new doors, new plaster, new pews, new carpet, a baptistry, a steeple and 
educational building to mention a few. In 1970 it was decided to brick veneer the church 
building instead of having to repaint every 10 or 12 years. The church still has a few ar- 
ticles used by our forefathers. Among them is a Baptist Psalmody, a book containing 
some 1,300 songs, which dates back to 1850. We also have an old pulpit Bible printed in 
1833 and finally an old Communion Service consisting of two metal goblets and a metal 
wine pitcher made in New York. 

In the early years members were assessed as to how much money they should give to 
certain causes such as the pastor's salary, then $200.00 a year, missions, minute fund 
and other church expenses. This was assessed by the deacons of the church. Therefore, 
each member knew how much he was to give throughout the year and failure to fulfill 
this obligation could produce serious consequences. 

The membership of Ross has varied greatly over the years. The records date back to 
1884 and membership reached its peak in 191 1 when there were 842 on roll. Our present 
membership, resident and non-resident, is 262 and we have 147 enrolled in Sunday 
School with an average attendance of 110. 




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Proceedings 



106th Annual Session 
Tuesday, October 17, 1989 
COLERAIN BAPTIST CHURCH 

1. A musical prelude was presented by Mrs. Elizabeth Craft, organist and Mrs. 
Linda Alexander, pianist. 

2. The moderator, Mrs. Corene Harris, called the 106th Annual Session to order. 
The session would be presided over jointly by the moderator and the vice-moderator. 

3 . The following changes in the order of business were made by the vice-moderator, 
Rev. Joe McLean. 

1. In the business period (4:25 pm) Item No. 5, Stewardship Report would be 
changed to 10:25 am on Wednesday. 

2. Item No. 10, Constitution Report, would be given by Rev. Lonnie Arm- 
strong, Director of Missions, rather than Dr. Franklin Lowe. 

3. Item No. 11, Trustee Report to be deleted. 

4. Item No. 12, Strategic Planning Report would be Wednesday. 

5. In the 5 pm Organizational Reports, Item No. 4 would be given by Rev. Wint 
Hale. 

6. In the Wednesday business at 1:10 pm. Item No. 2, Resolutions Report would 
be given by Rev. Bill McEntire rather than Rev. John Spencer. With these 
changes, Rev. Joe McLean moved that this printed program be adopted as the 
official order of business for the 106th Annual Session. With a motion and a 
second this was adopted. 

4. The moderator appointed the following committees: 

1. Registration at Colerain: Becky Edwards, Chairperson, Lillie Mae Justice, 
Lucy White, Helen White, Ethel Lassiter, Lillian Norville, Maggie Lowe, and 
Geneva Cobb. 

Registration at Connaritsa: Lula Mae Chamblee, Hazel Francis, Betty 
Odom, Sue Lassiter, and Frances Bazemcre. 

2. Committee on Committees : Sadie Whitley, Chairperson, Jo Ann Mizelle, 
Betty Davis, Rev. Harvey Jackson, Rev. Bill McEntire, Rev. Lemar Wheeler. 

5. The Director of Missions recognized the visitors and the new pastors that had not 
been previously recognized: Rev. Wendell Ray, Elm Grove; Rev. Ronald McSwain, 
Earlys; Rev. Jack Morgan, Mt. Carmel; and Rev. Stephen Moore, Winton. 

6. The Enrollment Committee gave a report of 203 present. 

7. Miss Anna Belle Crouch led the congregation in singing "To the Work." 

8. Business period - the following reports were given: 

1 . Executive Promotion - Floyd Barmer 

2. Missions Development - Rev. James Hester 

Rev. Hester made a motion to use the $2,884.09 remaining mission money to 
aid in purchasing a much needed computer for the association office. This 
was seconded and approved. 

3. Evangelism - Rev. Windell Patterson 

4. Treasurer - Miss Sally Ann Barber 
This report was approved. 

5. Building and Grounds - Mr. Harry Ward 

6. Ordinations - Rev. Wint Hale 

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7. Seminary Extension - Rev. Robert Medlin 

8. Constitution - Rev. Lonnie Armstrong 
9. Organizational Report: 

1 . Sunday School - Rev. Herman Hicks 

2. Church Training - Rev. Billy Nale 

3. WMU - Mrs. Julia Hughes 

4. Brotherhood - RA - Rev. Wint Hale 

5. Music - Miss Anna Belle Crouch 

6. Volunteer on Mission - Mrs. Corene Harris 

10. Scripture and Prayer - Rev. Timothy Coins. 

11. Special music was presented by the Askewville Church Trio. 

12. The afternoon message was brought by Rev. Freddie Harris, pastor of Askewville 
Baptist Church. His text was taken from Acts 11:19-26, a very inspiring message. 

13. The congregation sang "I Gave My Life For Thee" and after a prayer for the 
evening meal, a delicious supper was served by the Colerain and Christian Harbor Chur- 
ches. 

EVENING SESSION 

1. Musical prelude. 

2. Special music was presented by the Askewville Baptist Church Choir. 

3. The evening session was called to order by the moderator. 

4. Miss Anna Belle Crouch led in singing the hymn "Work for the Night is 
Coming." 

5. The history of Colerain Baptist Church was read by Rev. Shelby Stephens. 

6. The speaker for the evening service was Mrs. Velma Terrell, a representative from 
the Baptist State Convention. She was introduced by Rev. Joe McLean. 

7. Mrs. Becky Edwards read from the ninth chapter of Luke and led in prayer. 

8. The congregation sang the hymn "O God, We Pray For All Mankind." 

9. Rev. Billy Nale and Mr. Mark Glover presented slides from their mission to Brazil 
in May. 

10. The congregation, led by Miss Crouch sang the hymn, "Hark, The Voice of Jesus 
Calling" and the session was closed with a prayer. 

Wednesday, October 18 
CONNARITSA BAPTIST CHURCH 

1. A musical prelude was presented by Mrs. Jane Baker, organist and Rev. Cameron 
Currin, pianist. 

2. The moderator called the morning session to order and expressed sorrow for the 
victims of the earthquake in California. 

3. Rev. Bruce Brown, pastor of Connaritsa and Horton's Churches, welcomed 
everyone and led in prayer, praying for those that were involved in the earthquake. 

4. Miss Anna Belle Crouch led in singing the hymn "When Morning Gilds the 
Skies." 

5. The history of Connaritsa Baptist Church was read by Mrs. Barbara Jernigan. 

6. Mr. Bob Spivey, stewardship chairman, presented the budget for 1989-90 and said 
that four percent was needed from each church in designated budget to carry on the 
association work. This budget report was adopted. 

7. Rev. Lonnie Armstrong introduced Dr. Jerry Jackson, president of Chowan Col- 
lege. 



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8. Dr. Jackson spoke on the Vision of Chowan College. 

9. The Director of Missions report was given by Rev. Lonnie Armstrong. His theme 
was "Would You Dare to Dream Again?" He said that every church in the West 
Chowan Association was organized and constituted because of a dream of some person 
or a group of people. We exist today because of that factor. We need to dream and 
come alive. 

10. Rev. Bruce Brown read from Mark 4:13. 

11. Miss Crouch led the congregation in singing the hymn "Our Best." 

12. Special music was presented by Rev. Francis Cordrey, pastor of Wakelon Church. 

13. Rev. Ken Bunch, pastor of Green's Cross Baptist Church, brought the morning 
message from the book of Haggai 2:19. 

14. The hymn "Lord Speak to Me" was sung by the congregation. 

15. They gave thanks for the noon meal provided by Connaritsa and Horton's Chur- 
ches. 

EVENING SESSION 

16. Musical prelude. 

17. The afternoon session was called to order by the moderator. 

18. The hymn "Forward Through the Ages" was sung by the congregation. 

19. Mrs. Jo Ann Mizelle led in prayer. 

20. Business period: 

The following reports were given: 

1. Place and Preacher - Mr. Thomas Ruffin - 1990 Association Year: Spring 
Meeting to be held on April 24 at Lewiston Baptist Church; preacher, Rev. 
Rowland S. Pruette; alternate, Rev. Ronald McSwain. The Fall meetings to be 
held on October 23 and 24. The first day at Meherrin Church; preacher, Rev. 
Jack Byrd. The second day at Kelford; preacher. Rev. Lemar Wheeler. Alter- 
nate for both days, Rev. James Baughn. This report was adopted. 

2. Resolutions - Rev. Bill McEntire. This report was adopted. 

3. Memorial - Rev. Daniel Spell. 

4. Enrollment - Lula Mae Chamblee. There was a grand total for both days of 
298. (156 messengers, 25 alternates, 40 pastors, and 77 visitors - 53 churches 
represented.) 

5. Committee on committees - Mrs. Sadie Whitley. This was adopted. 

6. Constitution - Rev. Lonnie Armstrong. 

1. Under Article 10 "ORGANIZATION" add: Director of Pastor-Church 
Relations. 

2. Under Article 21 - "THE EXECUTIVE PROMOTIONS COMMITTEE" 
add: Director of Pastor-Church Relations. 

3. Under Article 24 - Section B - "COMMITTEES AND THEIR DUTIES" 
add No. 16 and 17. A committee of seven persons for the Pastor-Church 
Relations. This was adopted 

21 . Mrs. Corene Harris said that her moderator's message was on page 13 in the book 
of reports. She then told the congregation that her two years as moderator were good 
and hard, but rich and warm years, and West Chowan Association was truly a giant that 
is wakening and beginning to move and she was delighted to have had a part in seeing 
this happen and to continue to pray for West Chowan. 

22. The hymn "Heralds to Christ" was sung by the congregation. 



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23. Mrs. Harris introduced the speakers for the afternoon, Rev. and Mrs. Robert 
Hensley, missionaries to Barbados and Win ward Islands. They brought a good message 
telling about their work and the problems they sometimes had, but through prayer and 
the Lord their work went on. 

24. The congregation sang the hymn, "O Jesus, Thou Art Standing." 

25. Mrs. Harris introduced and presented the gavel to the new moderator. Rev. 
Gerald Riggs, pastor of Meherrin Baptist Church. The new moderator requested that 
the association be much in prayer for him. He said that God will help us work together 
in the spirit of Christ. 

26. The 1989 Fall Meeting was adjourned with a prayer by Rev. Joe McLean. 

Mrs. Corene Harris, Moderator 
Rev. Joe McLean, Vice-Moderator 
Floyd Barmer, Clerk 




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Brief History of Colerain Baptist Church 

By: Shelby L. Stephens 

The first church built by Colerain people was erected in 1757 and bore the name of 
Wiccacon Baptist Church. It was located about four miles northwest of Colerain. 

The Wiccacon Church was a branch of Cashie Baptist Church for a period of time. 
Both churches were established by Elder Jeremiah Dargan. However, the date 1789, 
(which has been used often as beginning of Colerain) is the date that it is believed for 
Cashie to have stopped shepherding the work. But the date, 1780, on the entrance of this 
main building is used as the beginning of the Colerain Baptist Church. 

It was on May 10, 1825, that Josiah Holly deeded a parcel of land (two acres), in the 
trust for *'the Baptist Church of Jesus Christ, called Wiccacon" located just outside of 
town on the track of land which now belongs to the First Baptist Church, a black con- 
gregation who was deeded the property in 1891. It was also there that additional land 
was purchased on September 8, 1848, from Joseph Etheridge and Zack Ellyson, who 
deeded 2 1/4 acres of land for $22.50 to the "Colerain Church." It is believed that a new 
house of worship was built on this piece of property and a dedication service was held in 
1849. Rev. Abram Jones, of Edenton, preached the dedicatory sermon. 

It was on February 22, 1884, that E.E. Etheridge and wife deeded to the "Deacons of 
Coleraine Baptist Church" the tract of land at the present site for $50.00. A house of 
worship was built and dedicated in 1892. Elder C.W. Scarborough preached the ser- 
mon. 

The present building began with the cornerstone laying, Friday, July 24, 1908. The 
Odd Fellows of Colerain Lodge presented and laid this cornerstone. Placed in the cor- 
nerstone were the church covenant, adopted in 1822, rules of decorum, adopted in 1847, 
names of male and female members, officers of church and Sunday School, a copy of 
the Biblical Recorder and Charity and Children. On the Third Lord's Day in June 1911, 
the new church at Colerain was dedicated to the Lord. The sermon on this occasion was 
preached by Elder M.P. Davis, a former pastor, through whose leadership the house 
was planned and built. 

In 1925, the church invited Mr. E.L. Middleton of the Sunday School Department of 
the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina, to draw up plans for a modern up-to- 
date Sunday School plant. The proposals were accepted and the plant was built by the 
end of the year. This was the first modern Sunday School building to be built in the 
West Chowan Baptist Association. 

Under the leadership of Rev. D.E. Bobbitt, the church became a full-time field of 
service. However, he was here only a short time thereafter and then began a new work. 

Under the leadership of Rev. P.T. Worrell, the church moved into the area of expan- 
sion of its buildings and full time pastoral leadership among the congregation. 

The lot on which the parsonage stands today was given by E.T. Forehand, Sr. on the 
17th day of January, 1946, as a memorial in memory of his deceased daughter, Lillie O. 
Forehand. In 1948, a modern home to house the pastor was built across the street in 
front of the church. A dedication service was held in February 1951. At the Candlelight 
Litany, Dot Belch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arlie T. Belch, lighted the candle, because 
her father who passed away in 1945 was the real Candlelighter. It was he who called 
together nine Baptist laymen and discussed with them the need for a new Church Par- 
sonage. 

On October 1, 1956, the church expanded the facilities with an educational building 
having several departments, a fellowship hall and kitchen. The building was completed 
on July 13, 1957. 

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Rev. Trenton Bruce began his work on January 29, 1961, and closed on October 28, 
1962. Although his tenure was brief, yet his impact on the people was most definitive. 
He saw that the church had a strong leadership among the WMU and it could be so with 
the men . . . and set out and challenged the men to build a strong program of leadership 
through what we call the Brotherhood. And thus, it was so. 

In 1963, Rev. Bennie Pledger began his work among the people at Colerain Baptist 
Church. Upon his arrival, an office space and pastor's study was made available in the 
educational building. 

Since Easter of 1964, the congregation has enjoyed a great Easter Sunrise Service at 
Colerain Beach. Other churches at times have participated in this program. 

The music program prior to 1961 was capably led by Cora Felton Bass as Organist- 
Director. She served in this area of leadership from 1945 to 1961 . Others who have serv- 
ed in this area are: Elaine Evans - 1961, Norman Coggins - March 1964 to May 1966, 
Robert G. Mulder, Jr. - June 1966 to December 1977. Elizabeth Craft has been with us 
as Organist-Director since 1980. 

The years have come and gone and with them additional changes taking place. The 
highlights of other years can only be mentioned with a brief statement about them. 

1967 - extensive renovation of the sanctuary. 

1968 - the church purchased the Lawrence property (adjoining on North) and it 

was developed into a parking lot and two tennis courts. The tennis court 
being a youth project. 
1970s - reflected the Challenge 75 Program of the church's involvement of mem- 
bers in attendance, giving and personal growth. 

1981 - Colerain Baptist Church had its first Chrismon Tree in December and con- 
tinues with that tradition. 

1984 - Shelby L. Stephens began his work as pastor. . .January 1, 1984. 

1984 - the church purchased the Askew (Retha A. Mizelle's) Property (adjoining 

on South) and using it as a parking lot. 

1985 - the building of the garage to house the church van and equipment. This 

was a Brotherhood project. 

1985 - The West Virginia Mission Project with Jim and Becky Edwards, Nikki 

Edwards, Kimberly Fairless, Mary Jo Fairless, Stephanie Cullipher and 
Stephens' family. 

1986 - The Grady Britt Educational Gift established. 

Fifteen students have received $200.00 each as they began their first 
semester of college. 

There have been numerous memorial contributions from families during the 80s. The 
gifts have been of monies, property, pew cushions, gifts of stock, van, lighting fixtures 
for the parsonage, sanctuary and educational building. There have been other gifts in 
the past to enhance the worship and fellowship of its members. A reference point to this 
would be the History of West Chowan Baptist Association North Carolina and Its 
Churches 1883-1983, pages 36, 85. In addition, we have plaques engraved with memori- 
al gifts, fitting to the persons so honored by families and friends. 

This Church stands on this hallowed ground and demands the very best of the 
membership in the name of Christ in present and future. 



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Brief History of Connaritsa Baptist Church 



In 1789, with members of Sandy Run Baptist Church and others joining the people of 
the Connaritsa community, Connaritsa Baptist Church was formed. The first structure 
constituted a brush arbor that later became a log cabin. Connaritsa took its name from 
the chief of an Indian tribe who had settled in the community. The original church was 
located approximately one mile east of its present location. 

The earliest records are not available but according to those that are, they show the 
membership in 1851 numbered 257. 

Letters of dismission were granted for organizing and constituting the following chur- 
ches: Oak Grove, Lewiston, Aulander, Roanoke Island, Rocky Mount, Farmville, 
Brunswick County, Wake Forest and Concanary. Especially near its heart has always 
been Wake Forest College, Chowan College and Meredith College. 

In 1890, the church held its centennial celebration with an estimated 2,500-3,000 pre- 
sent. Everyone was bountifully fed and the day was greatly enjoyed by all. 

The church as we know it today was built in many stages. In 1904 a new building was 
completed which is now the sanctuary. At about 1930, six classrooms were added. In 
1953-54 additional space was added that included a nursery, an office, a small class- 
room, a large classroom with folding doors and two bathrooms. In 1969 six rooms were 
added upstairs by lowering the ceiling of the original classrooms downstairs and adding 
stairs on each side of the building. The pulpit was remodeled and a baptistry was install- 
ed. A kitchen was provided and equipped. Stoops and the front porch were added and 
in 1974 sidewalks were added. The picnic shelter was built in 1957. 

Prior to 1962 the church rented a house for a parsonage but in 1963, the Thomase 
Hale House was purchased and used as a parsonage. In 1974 the teacherage on Rice 
Avenue was purchased and used until 1986 as the parsonage. In July 1986, Richard 
Bazemore gave the Vernon and Rachel Bazemore Hoggard House to the church. In 
August of 1989 the church moved back to the teacherage on Rice Avenue. 

Connaritsa has been blessed by receiving many gifts. In 1971 a communion table and 
chairs were given in memory of Moell Jernigan. The pulpit stand was given in memory 
of Mary No well and in honor of Clarence No well. The two flower stands were given in 
honor of Annie Chamblee and the two pulpit chairs were given in memory of Joe and 
Katie Jenkins and Ed and Lizzy Hoggard. An alter set and offering plates were given in 
memory of Jim and Sadie Francis. In 1974 a complete heating and air conditioning 
system was given in memory of Deacon Arthur Chamblee. In 1976 a steeple and lights 
were given in memory of Annie Bazemore Chamblee. In 1982 the church historical 
marker and lights were given in memory of Ruby B. Parker. Clarence Nowell and 
,( Elizabeth J. Adams left gifts of money to the church. Dr. Fred G. Hale and Lillian H. 
Harrell have given gifts of money. The oak cross in the back of the church was given in 
memory of Deacon Alton Jenkins. In 1988 the church received a Sharp Copier from the 
Aulander Oil Company. 

Only one person, Dewey Howard, answered the call to the ministry. Once a Baptist in 
his youth, he now serves as a minister in the Methodist Fellowship. 

On May 7, 1989, Connaritsa celebrated its bicentennial with approximately 400 in at- 
tendance. A wonderful day was had by all as former pastors, guests and members en- 
joyed good preaching, singing, food and fellowship. Only a church founded on an 
abiding faith and strong courage with love for one another could have weathered the 
physical, financial and spiritual storms of life and still remain unshaken by the influence 
of changing times and ideas through 200 years. 



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Moderator's Report 



First, let me express my heartfelt gratitude to you for the confidence you placed in me 
as you gave me the vote to make me the first woman moderator of West Chowan 
Association, and for your support during my two years' service. 

I remember the feeling that I was accepting such an overwhelming task - the feeling of 
fear that I was not capable of being the leader that was needed at that time. 

But I also remember the pastor, who was chairman of the Nominating Committee, 
going with me into a classroom before the vote. There we prayed together that if it was 
not the Lord's will for me to become moderator. He would make it known when I was 
presented as the nominee. With the unanimous vote, I was deeply touched that the Lord 
was accepting me "warts" and all. I knew that if it was in His will, He could take my 
feeble efforts for Him and use them to accomplish His purpose. 

It has been a pleasure working with our Director of Missions, Rev. Lonnie Arm- 
strong, and our Secretary, Jo Ann Mizelle. Thanks to both of them for helping me 
through some "sticky" times! 

As I look back on some of the highlights of these two years, the North Carolina-Sao 
Paulo Partnership with Brazil stands out. How excited I was traveling to the Brazilian 
association that West Chowan would be working with, seeing three from our association 
go to Sao Paulo to work in evangelism (after 14 months of working out details), and 
hearing the report of the large number who had accepted Christ during their ministry. 
What a thrill! 

Another highlight was seeing our dream of an associational office come true. Moving 
into a new, modern, spacious building that we had worked together to build under the 
leadership of Rev. Lemar Wheeler was the beginning of new growth for us. 

Another milestone was the completion of the five year growth plan for West Chowan. 
Bill Little and Rev. Joe McLean did a super job in leading committees to do a survey of 
the varied needs of the churches of our Association. They also took a closer look at the 
needs of our area outside of our churches, and with the guidance of Bobby Stafford 
from the State office, the final plan was put together. 

Please pray that we will use this plan as a growth guide - that we will increase our bap- 
tisms by 100 percent by 1993 and that church attendance will be greatly increased. Pray 
that our churches will see the need to increase their giving to five percent of their undes- 
ignated funds to associational work. As the physical structure of our association grows, 
so do the monetary needs. 

Forty of our churches are planning to take part in the Simultaneous Revivals in the 
spring of 1990. The success of these revivals will be determined by the amount of prayer 
that's put into it between now and then. 

There were and are many more things I'd like to mention, but space does not permit. 
Again, many thanks for your love, support, and prayers during my two years as 
moderator. Let's work together to see this mighty giant called West Chowan Associa- 
tion reach its potential for Christ! 

In His Name, 
Corene Harris 



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Director of Missions Report 

October 1, 1988 - September 30, 1989 
MINISTRY ACTIVITIES 

Preached in Churches 3 1 

Taught Sunday School 12 

Conducted Prayer Meetings 3 

Revivals Preached 3 

Taught Baptist Doctrinal Study 1 

Taught January Bible Study 2 

State Missions Presentations 3 

Worship Services Attended 23 

Ordination Services Attended 2 

Attended Mission Study 5 

Revivals Attended 18 

Prayer Breakfast (Brotherhood) 1 

Easter Sunrise Service 1 

Pastor's 10th Anniversary Celebration 1 

Anniversary Celebrations of Churches 5 
Music Day Camp Pastor (Sessions) 5 



Weddings 2 
CONFERENCES AND MEETINGS OUTSIDE ASSOCIATION 

Evangelism Meeting - Roanoke Rapids ^ Vi day 

State Convention - Fayetteville 3 days 

DOM Meeting - Caswell 2 days 

Area VBS Clinic - Greenville - 1 day 

Evangelism Conference - Greensboro 2 days 

Edmonds Printing - Lawrenceville, VA Vi day 

Key Leadership - Ridgecrest 2 days 

Evangelism Workshop - Caswell 2 days 

Great Challenge Stewardship Conference - Williamston Vi day 

DOM Conference - Wingate College 4 days 

Brotherhood Meeting - Edenton Vi day 

Evangelism Planning Meeting - Kinston 1 day 

Moycock Baptist Church - Moyock 1 day 

New Pastors' Orientation - Gary 1 day 

CONFERENCES AND MEETINGS IN ASSOCIATION 
All other conferences that can be verified 
from reports made to the Associational 
Council and Executive Promotion Com- 



NOTE: These activities are in addition to hours spent in the office. 

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Exeuctive Promotion Committee Report 

The Executive Promotion Committee of the West Chowan Baptist Association met 
four times during the Associational year. Mrs. Corene Harris, moderator, presided over 
the meetings. 

Each organization director and committee chairperson was given an opportunity to 
give a report and promote their work. 

During the year the committee approved the following actions. 

1 . To have a Pastor/Church Relationship Committee consisting of seven people, 
a pastor and a layperson from each of the three counties. Rev. Joe McLean to 
serve as chairman. 

2. To have a Family Christian Social Ministries Committee consisting of a chair- 
man and five laypeople. 

3. All churches requested to adopt the five year strategy plan. 

4. To promote the Associational Emphasis Week, May 22-28, 1989, in all chur- 
ches. 

5. To develop a new five year schedule for Associational Meetings (spring and 
fall) 1991-1995. 

6. To have each delegate and alternate who attend Associational Meetings wear 
a badge. 

7. A special offering was requested from the churches and presented at the 
spring meeting to retire the associational debt. The offering was more than 
enough to retire the debt. 

8. Growth assistance for Lawrence Baptist Church was requested from the 
Home Mission Board. 

9. All churches were encouraged to participate in the 1990 simultaneous revival. 

10. To sell the associational home in Aulander and put the money in a permanent 
trust fund and use the interest to go for a housing allowance of the Director of 
Missions. 

1 1 . The Stewardship Supper Meeting and the Area Evangelism Conference by the 
State Convention willbe on May 24, 1990. These combined meetings will be a 
"Witness Giving Seminar" in preparation for encouraging each church to 
participate in a witness giving revival in 1991. 

12. The 1989-90 calendar was adopted. 

13. The job description committee was asked to do a study on the DOM's job 
description with reference to honorarium received. 

14. The Association now has a new piano, since the new office building was com- 
pleted; it's been a dream of Miss Anna Belle Crouch, Association Music 
Director, to have this piano. Her determination and the generous offerings of 
the last two years at the Music Day Camp and others, her dream is now a 
reality. When one has a desire, determination and the Lord, great things will 
happen. We are most thankful for Miss Anna Belle and the dedication of her 
Music Day Camp. 

The Executive Promotion Committee and the Association Council have been busy 
and accomplished many things this year. 

Floyd Barmer 
Associational Clerk 



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Statement of Cash Receipts and Disbursements 

General Fund 

Year Ended September 30, 1989 



CASH BALANCE, OCTOBER 1 , 1988 $ 4, 140.00 

RECEIPTS: 

Contributions from Churches and Individuals $61,300.42 

Pulpit Supply 440.00 

Sale of Supplies 137.17 

Minutes 30.00 

Telephone Reimbursements 20. 15 

Lay Evangelism School Registration 

and Materials 249.00 

Reimbursement for Honorarium 150.00 

Association WMU Note Payment 1 ,000.00 

Return of State Mission Offering 3,380.51 

Here's Hope - 1990 Simultaneous Revival 996.00 

ASSISTeam Refund 10.31 

Contribution for DOM Home Fence 100.00 

Sale of Books 124.45 

Reimbursement for Stewardship Dinner 163.93 

Brotherhood Refund 69.70 

Sales Tax Refund 460.91 

RA Monies Found in Old Records 47.00 

Interest Earned on Checking Account 322.88 

Pastors' Conference Meeting Reimbursement 125.00 

Music Camp Reimbursements 225.00 

Total Receipts $69,352.43 

TOTAL CASH PLUS RECEIPTS $73,492.43 

DISBURSEMENTS: 
Director: 

Salary $19,660.00 

Utilities 3,135.45 

Home Repairs 940.45 

Office: 

Utilities 2,135.74 

Supplies 5,054.15 

Building and Grounds 650.00 

Equipment and Repairs 813.00 

Secretary 8,100.00 

FICA 608.22 

Secretaries' Conference 102.60 

Organizations: 

Sunday School 454.21 

Church Training 109.77 

Brotherhood/RA 195.00 

Music 896.62 

Youth 105.75 



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Minutes: 

Printing 1,075.00 

Clerk's Honorarium 200.00 

Clerk's Expense 50.00 

General: 

Director's Travel 3,500.00 

Treasurer 250.00 

Evangelism 528.31 

SBC Annuity 3,916.26 

Insurance - DOM 3,873.90 

Insurance - Secretary 750.00 

Insurance - Property 1 , 194.00 

Convention Expense 167.63 

Annual Session 175.00 

Spring Session 

Key Leader 295.25 

Christmas: 

Director 300.00 

Secretary 200.00 

Seminary Extension 

Library Committee 

Missions Committee 500.00 

Miscellaneous 414.52 

Transfers to Building Fund 2,750.26 

Honorarium for Volunteer Missions 150.00 

Note Payment (WMU contribution) 947. 1 1 

Interest Payment (WMU contribution) 52.89 

Strategy Planning Printing 236.25 

Pastors' Conference Meeting (reimbursed) 125.00 

Total Disbursements $64,612.34 

CASH BALANCE, SEPTEMBER 30, 1989 $ 8,880.09 

Regular General Fund $ 5,000.00 

1990 Simultaneous Revival Promotion 996.00 

State Mission Monies 2,884.09 

$ 8,880.09 

Statement of Cash Receipts and Disbursements 

Building Fund 

Year Ended September 30, 1989 

CASH BALANCE, OCTOBER 1, 1988 $ 5,848.87 

RECEIPTS: 

Contributions from Churches $ 100.00 

Special Offerings for Debt on DOM Home 4,43 1 .66 

Association WMU for Copy Equipment 473 . 50 

Transfers from General Fund 2,750.26 

Interest Earned on Checking Account 1 45 . 04 



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Music Camp Offering and Other Piano 

Contributions 1,090.00 

Total Receipts $ 8,990.46 

TOTAL CASH BALANCE PLUS RECEIPTS $14,839.33 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

Building Materials $ 63.00 

Repayment of Interest Free Loans for 

DOMH/AC 1,200.00 

Payment on Wachovia Note 7,524.58 

Equipment Repair 473.50 

Bank Charge 2.00 

Piano 1,610.00 

Total Disbursements $10,873.08 

CASH BALANCE, SEPTEMBER 30, 1 989 $ 3,966.25 

Statement of Cash Receipts and Disbursements 

Mission Project Fund 
Year Ended September 30, 1989 

CASH BALANCE, OCTOBER 1, 1988 $ 5,058.44 

RECEIPTS: 
Contributions from Churches: 

Designated for Individuals $ 2,897.78 

Undesignated 1,948.78 

Contributions from Individuals: 

Designated for Individuals 1 ,400.00 

Undesignated 1.075.00 

Interest on Checking Account 467.99 

Total Receipts $ 7,789.55 

TOTAL CASH BALANCE PLUS RECEIPTS $12,847.99 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

BSC for Boschen, Nale, Glover $ 4, 182.00 

Payments of Balance Designated for Individuals 115.80 

Total Disbursements $ 4,297.80 

CASH BALANCE, SEPTEMBER 30, 1989 $ 8,550.19 



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Contributions From Churches and Individuals 

October 1, 1988 through September 30, 1989 

Mission 





General 


Projects 


Building 




Fund 


Fund 


Fund 


Ahoskie First 


$ 4,901.22 


$ 1,125.00 


$ - 


Ashley's Grove 


1,543.24 


101.00 


— 


Askewville 


1,639.65 


115.26 


— 


Aulander 


1,130.00 


— 


— 


Bethany 


1,005.20 


— 


100.00 


Bethel 


320.00 


— 


— 


Bethlehem 


60.00 


— 


— 


Brantley's Grove 


575.00 


— 


— 


Buckhorn 


900.00 


— 


— 


Capeharts 


1,276.31 


— 


— 


Cashie 


3,850.00 


— 


— 


Center Grove 


1,163.88 


— 


— 


Christian Harbor 


400.00 


— 


— 


Colerain 


990.00 


— 


— 


Connaritsa 


100.00 


— 


— 


Conway 


3,600.00 


— 


— 


Creech Memorial 


1,006.00 


— 


— 


Creeksville 


300.00 


— 


— 


Earleys 


400.00 


— 


— 


Edgewood 


240.00 


— 


— 


Elam 


1,157.27 


— 


— 


Elm Grove 


1,250.00 


— 


— 


Galatia 


2,799.96 


3,067.50 




Green's Cross 


1,527.48 


— 


— 


Harrellsville 


937.50 


— 


— 


Hebron 


25.00 


— 


— 


Holly Grove 


100.00 


— 


— 


Holly Springs 


450.00 


100.00 


— 


Horton's 


200.00 


— 


— 


Jackson 


1,400.04 


— 


— 


Kelford 


165.00 


— 


— 


Lasker 


250.00 


— 


— 


Lawrence 


405.86 


— 


— 


Lewiston 


600.00 


50.00 


— 


Margarettsville 


242.53 


— 


— 


Mars Hill 


596.31 


— 


— 


Meherrin 


2,673.58 


— 


— 


Menola 


300.00 


15.00 




Merry Hill 


550.00 


55.00 




Mt. Carmel 


100.00 






Mt. Tabor 


1,144.72 


57.80 




Murfreesboro 


1,700.02 






Oak Grove 









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Plpasant Orovp 


1 208 58 






Potecasi 


504.00 






Powellsville 


1,548.84 






Rpnuhliran 


625.00 






Rich Sauare 


1,637.64 






Riversidp 


500.00 


25.00 




Robert's Chanel 


620.00 






Ross 


600.00 






St John's 


550.00 






Slandv Run 


531.00 






SeahnarH 


366.63 


160.00 




Severn 


500.00 






Siloam 


180.00 






Union 


2,132.59 






Wakelon 


115.00 






W^inton 

T T 11 1 L V/1 1 


3,671.00 






W^ondlanH 

TT VyV^VllClllVt 


1,331.37 






Individuals 


'603.00 


2,450.00 


— 


Connaritsa WMU 


100.00 






TOTAL 


$61,300.42 


$ 7,321.56 


$ 100.00 



Proposed Budget 
West Chowan Baptist Association 

October 1, 1989 - September 30, 1990 



DIRECTOR: 
Salary 
Utilities 
Home Repair 

OFFICE: 
Utilities 
Supplies 

Building and Grounds 
Equipment and Repairs 
Secretary 
FICA 

Secretaries' Conference 

ORGANIZATIONS: 
Sunday School 
Church Training 
Brotherhood/RA 
Music 
Youth 



1989-90 

$19,660.00 
3,200.00 
1,000.00 

2,300.00 
5,250.00 
750.00 
1,000.00 
8,500.00 
650.00 
200.00 

500.00 
250.00 
500.00 
750.00 
600.00 



1988-89 

$19,660.00 
3,000.00 
3,000.00 

2,400.00 
5,000.00 
750.00 
1,000.00 
8,100.00 
610.00 
200.00 

500.00 
250.00 
500.00 
750.00 
600.00 



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MINUTES: 

Printing 1,075.00 1,075.00 

Clerk's Honorarium 200.00 200.00 

Clerk's Expense 50.00 50.00 

GENERAL: 

Director's Travel 3,700.00 3,500.00 

Treasurer 250.00 250.00 

Evangelism 500.00 500.00 

SBC Annuity 3,932.00 3,932.00 

Insurance - DOM 5,230.00 3,600.00 

Insurance - Secretary 792.00 750.00 

Insurance - Property and Misc. 1,200.00 1,200.00 

Convention Expense 1,200.00 1,200.00 

Annual Session " 300.00 300.00 

Spring Session 200.00 200.00 

Key Leader 500.00 500.00 

CHRISTMAS: 

Director 300.00 300.00 

Secretary 200.00 200.00 

Seminary Extension 100.00 200.00 

Library 50.00 100.00 

Missions Committee 1,000.00 1,000.00 

Miscellaneous 500.00 500.00 

TOTAL $66,389.00 $65,877.00 



Sunday School Report 

The Sunday School theme for 1988-89 has been "Gather the People." The theme ex- 
presses the urgency to reach all persons for Christ, and to continue moving toward the 
Bold Mission Thrust goal of 10 million persons enrolled in Sunday School by September 
30, 1990. 

The first training event of the year was an age-group leadership conference, held at 
the Creech Memorial Church, October 24 and 25. There were 57 persons enrolled and 17 
churches represented. The ASSISTeam of the association led the conferences: Linda 
Edwards, preschool; Carolyn Jennings, children; Cameron Currin, youth; Adolph Har- 
rell, adults; Bill McEntire, outreach; and Herman Hicks, general officers. 

In February 1989, the ASSISTeam attended a training conference, conducted by the 
state Sunday School Department. It was held at the First Baptist Church, Cary. Also in 
February, a study course was taught by the Sunday School director at the association of- 
fice on the book. The Small Sunday School at Work. There were 22 pastors and Sunday 
School directors enrolled in the study, with 11 churches represented. It was taught on 
three Monday nights. 

In May, the new Sunday School director (elect). Rev. Cameron Currin, attended the 
state-wide Key Leadership Conference at Ridgecrest, and later taught the same type of 
conference in our association on August 24. There were 15 persons in attendance. 

On September 12, Rev. Currin planned and conducted the Sunday School Leadership 
Night at the Union Baptist Church. Training was provided for the four age-group divi- 



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sions, plus outreach and general officers. The conference leaders were: Linda Edwards, 
Carolyn Jennings, John Eure, Francis Cordrey, Bill McEntire and Cameron Currin. 
There were 55 persons enrolled, with 10 churches represented. 

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL was directed this year by Mrs. Shirley Pike. She 
enlisted a full faculty of leaders, who attended the state clinic in February. VBS clinics in 
the association were held at Colerain and Rich Square Churches, March 20 and 21. 
There were 91 persons enrolled with 27 churches represented, 17 pastors and 12 VBS 
directors. The VBS faculty included: Rev. Robert Medlin, directors' conference; Rev. 
Wint Hale, adults; Rev. Cameron Currin, youth; Miss Lula Mae Chamblee, older 
children; Miss Helen Draper, middle children; Mrs. Glenda Medlin, younger children; 
Mrs. Betty Joyner, preschool; Mrs. Doris Riggs, mission VBS; Miss Anna Belle Crouch, 
music. Mrs. Pike wishes to thank everyone who participated in the clinics. 

My personal and sincere thanks to the ASSISTeam, Mrs. Shirley Pike, and all who 
have worked with the Sunday School in the past three years. It has been a privilege to 
serve as your director. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Herman Hicks 
Sunday School Director 

Church Training Report 

The total Church Training enrollment for all churches in the West Chowan Associa- 
tion for last year was 959 (down from last year's total of 1,124). Twelve churches 
reported an ongoing Church Training program (one more than last year), while eleven 
others reported special short term programs. 

For the year 1988-89, Church Training sponsored or participated in the following ac- 
tivities: 

November 1988 "M" Night held at Creech Memorial Baptist Church. 
April 1989 Associational Children's Bible Drill tournament at Galatia Bap- 
tist Church. 

May 1989 State Children's Bible Drill tournaments. 

August 1989 Director participated in Associational Key Leadership Con- 
ference at Ahoskie First. 
This year Church Training is changing its name to Discipleship Training. The theme 
for the 1989-90 Discipleship Training year is "Committed to Discipleship." "M" Night 
which will be held at Union Baptist Church, Monday, November 27, will be planned 
around this theme. All churches are invited to participate. 

Billy Nale 

^ Church Training Director 

Royal Ambassador Report 

Participation in the RA Track Meet held at the Hertford County High School on 
April 22, 1989, was good. Participating were the following churches: Aulander, 
Brantley's Grove, Galatia, Mt. Tabor, Ross, Severn, St. John's and Union. Approx- 
imately 50 boys were given the chance to compete in several events. 

Rev. Jimmy Ward 
RA Director 

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WMU Report 



This has been a good year for WMU. We have had several age-level events with good 
response from the churches. About 25 of our ladies had the opportunity to attend the 
State Annual Meeting in Fayetteville on March 31 and April 1. It was a very good 
meeting with many great speakers. Our association, along with several others, was 
recognized for the hard work in meeting the Centennial Goals set to us by the National 
WMU Office. We owe Mrs. Sadie Whitley a special "thank you" for all her support 
and encouragement given each church. Our association had the most churches to par- 
ticipate of any association in the State. We are proud! 

West Chowan Association WMU Annual Meeting was held in April. We had a very 
good meeting at Meherrin. During the afternoon session we had a representative from 
Odom Prison to speak to our group about the work we are doing with the inmates. He 
brought us messages from the inmates for our love and support. Ruby Fullbright from 
Taylorsville, North Carolina was our missionary speaker for both sessions. 

We are in the planning stages for the 1989-90 year. We look forward to working with 
each of you during the coming year. 

Julia Hughes 

Brotherhood Report 

I am happy to report that this has been a good year for Brotherhood in the West 
Chowan Association. There is beginning to be growth in our efforts to Mission Work. 
We have participated in various activities this year. Hopefully this will continue through 
the years ahead. There was an annual training session held at the Ahoskie Baptist 
Church in October 1988 for the Brotherhood and RA leaders. 

This coming year. Rev. Elmer Joyner will be your Brotherhood Director. He attended 
the Key Leadership meeting at Ridgecrest in May. I'm sure that he will have new ideas 
and visions for the Brotherhood in our association. 

We have confidence and believe that God wants us to move forward in our work for 
Him. Let us continue to pray for our leaders and become stronger in our work for the 
Lord. 

In His Service, 
Rev. Ray Craig 

Music Report 

Emphasis during this year has been to assist and give encouragement for the music 
ministry in worship. Cards, letters, telephone calls, the associational newsletter each 
month, and personal contacts have been the means to enlist participation for the dif- 
ferent events, projects and activities in our association, state, and SBC. 

Projects included: Musicians served and music selected for the semiannual meetings; 
an interracial Baptist Women's chorus participating in the World Day of Prayer and 
preparations to sing for the Home Missions Gala which was cancelled; two clinics held 
in connection with the VBS conferences; key leadership meeting at Ridgecrest; making 
plans for the music in the 1990 Evangelistic Crusade with the steering committee; direc- 
ting the music conference for the annual associational key leadership workshop, work- 
ing with the zone directors and local choir directors. 



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The WCBA Music Day Camp for children in grades 1-6 took place July 10-14 at the 
Ahoskie First Baptist Church. This was an exciting, inspirational, thrilling experience. 
There were 184 children from 21 churches including 33 either unchurched and/or in our 
choirs from other denominations. There were 28 adult small group leaders, 26 youth 
assistants from the host church. Others included nursery workers, accompanists, recrea- 
tion directors, secretaries, maintenance personnel, members from six churches who 
served refreshments and the administrators. The Director of Missions for West 
Chowan, Rev. Lonnie Armstrong, served as camp pastor; Mrs. Regina Gober, coor- 
dinator with curriculum and Rev. Don Gober, music director. Approximately 275 were 
involved every morning for five days of singing, crafts, bible study, learning about 
rhythm, notes, time, definitions and worship. 

We are thankful for the offerings given during the camps of 1988 and 1989. The 
children, their parents, and friends can be applauded for the beautiful Everett Piano 
which is now residing in the conference room of our associational building. You bought 
it! It is appreciated. Go by and see your contribution. 

We are looking forward to the events for the next year, beginning with the coming of 
Charles Storey, director of music and Jim Reich, associate, from the North Carolina 
State Convention on October 30. They will be leading our directors and all choir 
members in a workshop and choral clinic as well as meeting with our pastors on the 3 1 . 

We shall be in prayer as music ministry members plan for the simultaneous 
evangelistic crusade and our mission projects. Let us begin another decade with faith, 
hope and love as we sing praises thoughout each day, knowing that God never leaves us 
alone. Thank you for your service. 



Sing-cerely, 
Anna Belle Crouch 



Nominating Committee Report 



Moderator 

Vice-Moderator 

Clerk 

Treasurer 

Sunday School Director 

Church Training Director 

Music Director 

Brotherhood Director 

Evangelism Director 

Stewardship Director 

Missions Development Director 

Youth Director 

RA Director 

Parliamentarian 



Mr. Norman Earl Godwin 



Ms. Anna Belle Crouch 



. . . . Rev. Elmer Joyner 
Rev. Windell Patterson 
. Rev. Ronald McSwain 



... Mr. Floyd Barmer 
Ms. Sally Ann Barber 
Rev. Cameron Currin 



Mr. Russell Johnson 



. Mrs. Corene Harris 
Rev. John McGinnis 



Rev. Gerald Riggs 



Rev. Wint Hale 



Rev. Billy Nale 



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REPRESENTATIVES FOR INSTITUTIONS AND AGENCIES 



Homes for the Aging Mrs. Elaine Myers 

Colleges Dr. Hargus Taylor 

Children's Homes Rev. Joe McLean 

Christian Life and Public Affairs Rev. Tom Caulkins 

Hospital Mrs. Grace Mitchell 

Biblical Recorder Rev. Jack Byrd 



Committee on Nominations: 
Rev. Gerald Riggs, Chairman 
Mr. Ben Sutton 
Mr. J.W. Barkley 
Mrs. Herbert Jenkins 
Mrs. Patsy Bryant 
Rev. Jack Byrd 
Mr. William Lawrence 
Mrs. Betty Jean Baugham 
Mrs. Elaine Myers 

Ordination Report 

The Lawrence Baptist Church requested the Ordination Committee to examine 
Robert Hall for ordination into the ministry. The committee met with the deacons and 
Bro. Hall at the church on November 27, 1988. After telling about his call by God to the 
ministry and answering the questions of the committee about doctrine, beliefs about the 
Bible, missions and how he felt about church and convention relationships, they voted 
to recommend to the church his ordination. 

The Ordination Service was held at the church on December 11, 1988. A reception 
was held at the conclusion of the service. 

A request was made by Creeksville Baptist Church to examine Paul Traywick for the 
ministry. The committee met with Paul and the deacons of the church on October 6, 
1988. They asked him to share his salvation and call to the ministry experience. Ques- 
tions were also asked about doctrinal beliefs, the Bible, theological concepts and church 
and convention relationships. Having answered all of the questions, satisfying the com- 
mittee, they voted to recommend his ordination. 

The Ordination Service was held at the church on November 11, 1988. 

Ordination Committee: 
Rev. Luther High, Chairman 
Rev. Wint Hale 
Rev. Thomas Caulkins 



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Stewardship Development Report 

A Stewardship Development meeting was held at the West Chowan Associational 
Building on May 4, 1989. After a delicious meal catered by the "Little Mint" of Wind- 
sor, Rev. Ken Batts, from the Stewardship Division of the Baptist State Convention, did 
a presentation on Witnessing-Giving Lifestyle. Each person present also received a 
packet of stewardship materials to take back to their local church. 

The committee met on September 7, 1989, to prepare a budget for 1989-90, church 
year. It will have to be approved by the Associational Council and Executive Promotion 
Committee. Final action will be taken at the annual Associational Fall Meeting. 

This budget reflects some increases in a few areas and some decreases in others. We 
are asking for four percent of the undesignated collection plate dollars to support the 
new budget. We cannot meet these obligations with a continued average of two percent 
that has taken place over the past three years. Our strategy plan calls for increased sup- 
port in order to carry out the other goals. We are depending on our churches to help do 
it. 

Robert Spivey, Chairman 

Missions Development Report 

The Missions Development Committee did not receive a request from any church in 
the West Chowan Association for any assistance during the year 1988-89. However, we 
did provide $250.00 to the youth of First Baptist Church of Ahoskie to assist in their 
mission work in New York during the summer. Many of you know that Ms. Sue Todd, 
from our association, is on the mission field in China, at her own expense. The Missions 
Development Committee authorized $250.00 to be provided for her use as she serves the 
Lord in that country. 

^ Respectfully submitted, 

James Hester, Chairman 

Youth Report 

On April 1, 1989, the Associational Baptist Youth Night was held at Cashie Baptist 
Church. The service began with announcements from Lonnie Armstrong. An "Air 
Band" competition was held just for fun and the three winning youth groups received 
cassette tapes of contemporary Christian music. 

The film. The Question was viewed and was followed by a brief sermon given by Rev. 
John McGinnis on the topic of "What is the Meaning of Life?" Teenage suicide was 
also discussed as a follow up to the film. 

The service was concluded and all guests were invited to enjoy fellowship and 
refreshments which were provided for by the Youth Committee of Cashie. 

Approximately 60 youth and adults were in attendance from the following churches: 
Askewville, Aulander, Capeharts, Cashie, Colerain, Lewiston, and Merry Hill. 

John McGinnis 
Associational Youth Director 



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v. 



Evangelism Report 



We come to the end of The Year of the Laity in Evangelism and Missions with mixed 
emotions. In some of our objectives, we have been successful, but in other areas we have 
not succeeded. One success story has to do with the Associational Lay Evangelism 
School conducted in November 1988. There were 24 enrolled, and of the number en- 
rolled, 14 persons completed certification. They could then order materials and conduct 
a LES in their church. After this, they would be eligible to teach in other churches if 
asked. Our associational goal was that a LES would be conducted in each church in the 
association, but we fell far short of this goal. However, evangelistic activities have con- 
tinued to be carried out in churches all across the association. 

Early in 1989, the Associational Evangelism Committee met and initiated plans for 
the 1990 Simultaneous Revivals. The thematic emphasis for the 1990 revivals is "Here's 
Hope. Jesus Cares for You" and the dates for our area are March 18-25, 1990. An 
Associational Steering Committee, composed in part by members of the Evangelism 
Committee, and including other key people, has met three times. Some of the exciting 
events being planned, preparatory to the revivals, are as follows: 

October 31, 1989 - Pastors' Briefing, led by Reverend Jack Byrd, 8:00 A.M. 

January 19, 1990 - Prayer Retreat, Aulander, 6:00 P.M. 

February 11, 1990 - Evangelistic Rally, Chowan College, 7:00 P.M. 

Reverend Cleve Wilkie will be the speaker. 

The Regional Evangelism Conference, Elizabeth City, October 16, 1989, will focus on 
church preparation for the revivals. Pastors attending should take their Pastor's 
Packets. 

Of the 60 churches in West Chowan Association, 40 are participating in the 
simultaneous revivals. We anticipate a great moving of the Spirit as churches experience 
renewal, and much growth as many souls will be born anew in the kingdom of God. 
Your prayers are vital to success. 

Looking ahead, on the heels of the simultaneous revivals, the evangelistic emphasis 
will be combined with stewardship-i.e. The Witness/Giving Life. On May 24, 1990, 
replacing the Regional Evangelism and Stewardship meetings, a seminar with the above 
title will be offered for pastors and key laymen. 

The next six months will be extremely important as plans are made, and as 
simultaneous revivals are conducted. Let's commit ourselves to much prayer. 

Windell R. Patterson, Director 

Building and Grounds Report 

During the past year your Building and Grounds Committee has been at work. There 
were several unfinished jobs at the West Chowan Association Office Building. Name 
plates have been installed on all the doors. Markers have been hung from the ceiling to 
mark the exists. The bathroom partitions still remain unfinished. 

During the late Spring of this year, letters were installed on both sides of the bulletin 
board which read "WEST CHOWAN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION." The office 
building was sprayed around by one of our committee persons to control grass around 
the shrubs. 

Even though we voted at the Spring Meeting to sell the association home in Aulander, 
we could not go on with the sale of the property until Mr. Wayland Jenkins and his 
lawyer had been contacted to make sure there were no legal matters hanging that would 



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create a problem for Mr. Jenkins (our gracious benefactor). You recall the home was a 
gift to our association from Mr. Jenkins. With all these matters taken care of, an- 
nouncements were made in the West Chowan Newsletter that the house is available. All 
we need is a buyer at this time. Even though plans are underway to sell the property and 
put the money in a permanent trust fund; a screening fence has been erected in the 
backyard and plans are underway to haul fill dirt and rock to extend the driveway all the 
way to the back of the home. It is the feeling of the Home and Grounds Committee that 
the extended driveway will enhance the sale of the property. 

If you or if you know of someone who would be interested in purchasing the associa- 
tion home in Aulander, please contact one of the following: 

- Nathan Copeland 794-4041 office 

- Lemar Wheeler 587-3021 home, 587-2371 church 

- Lonnie Armstrong 332-3235 office 

Respectfully submitted, 
Lemar Wheeler, Co-chairman 
Harry Ward, Co-chairman 
Corene Harris 
Nathan Copeland 
Velma H. Williford 
William Lawrence 

Report of Constitution Committee 

ORGANIZATION 
Article 10 

Add - DIRECTOR OF PASTOR/CHURCH RELATIONS 

The officers of this Association shall be a Moderator, a Vice-Moderator, a Clerk, a 
Treasurer, a Parliamentarian, a Director of Sunday School, a Director of Discipleship 
Training, a Director of Baptist Men, a Director of Woman's Missionary Union, a Direc- 
tor of Music, a Director of Missions Development, a Director of Stewardship Develop- 
ment, a Director of Evangelism, and a Director of Pastor/Church Relations. They shall 
be elected at the Spring Session. The term of all officers shall commence at the conclu- 
sion of the Fall Session and continue until their successors are elected in the Spring Ses- 
sion and are ready to take office at the conclusion of the Fall Session. 

THE EXECUTIVE PROMOTION COMMITTEE 
Article 21 

Add - DIRECTOR OF PASTOR/CHURCH RELATIONS 

The Executive Promotion Committee of the Association shall be composed of the 
following: Moderator, Vice-Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Parliamentarian, Director of 
Woman's Missionary Union, Director of Missions, Director of Sunday School, Director 
of Discipleship Training, Director of Baptist Men, Director of Music, Director of 
Stewardship Development, Director of Missions Development, Director of Evangelism 
and Director of Pastor/Church Relations, the pastor of each church in the Association, 
provided the pastor is a member of the church he represents, and one lay member from 
each church. 

COMMITTEES AND THEIR DUTIES 

Section B - Standing Committees which will serve through the year and which shall 
report at each session or as the need arises. 

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ADD - NUMBERS 16 and 17 

16. A Committee on Pastor/Church Relations consisting of a Director, a pastor and a 
layperson from each of the counties composing the Association. It shall be the respon- 
sibility of the committee to hold meetings for the purpose of developing plans and pro- 
grams that will enhance the relationship of pastors and churches. It shall be the respon- 
sibility of the committee to recommend to the Associational Council priorities and plans 
for carrying them out. 

17. A Committee on Family and Christian Social Ministries consisting of six people 
-a chairman and five members - two from each of the counties composing the Associa- 
tion. It shall be the responsibility of the committee to conduct surveys to determine 
needs for strengthening the family and determine the greatest needs in Christian Social 
Ministries. To develop strategies and report to the Associational Council plans for car- 
rying them out. 

Place and Preacher Committee Report 

Preacher recommendations for associational meetings: 

SPRING MEETING - April 24, 1990 
Place: Lewiston 

Afternoon-Evening (One Day) 4:30 & 7:00 P.M. 
Preacher: Rowland S. Pruette, 398-3301 
Alternate: Ronald McSwain, 332-2923 

FALL MEETING - FIRST DAY - October 23, 1990 
Place: Meherrin 

Afternoon-Evening 4:00 & 7:00 P.M. 
Preacher: Jack Byrd, 794-4282 
* Alternate: James Baughn, 794-3704 

SECOND DAY - October 24, 1990 
Place: Kelford 

Morning - Afternoon 10:00 A.M. & 1:00 P.M. 
Preacher: J. Lemar Wheeler, 587-3041 

♦Alternate for both meetings. 

Recommendations as indicated are made by members of the committee on place and 
preacher for the year 1990, with one alternate recommendation for each meeting day. 

Members of the committee: Bob Rogers, Ruth Miller, and Thomas E. Ruffin, Jr., 
Chairman. 



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Resolution Committee Report 



The Resolution Committee would like to propose the following resolutions: 

1. The program of this our 106th Annual Associational Meeting has been well 
planned and balanced in its presentation of the Lord's work in and among 
our churches. The messengers and presentations have been instructive, infor- 
mative and inspirational. 

2. Be it resolved, that we express our gratitude to all who have participated in the 
program by bringing messages, serving on committees, making reports, and 
bringing worshipful music. 

3. Be it resolved, that we express our thanks to the host church, and co-host 
churches for their participation. 

4. Our appreciation to Mrs. Corene Harris as our Moderator. 

Bill McEntire, Chairman 
Shelby Stephens 
David Brinkley 

Baptist Hospital Report 

The past year at Baptist Hospital has been characterized by growth in facilities and 
personnel, advancement in medical technology and continuation of the spirit of per- 
sonal concern which springs from the hospital's Christian heritage and its denomina- 
tional tie. 

Occupation of the new North Tower is almost complete, increasing the hospital's bed 
capacity to 806. Construction of the Clinical Sciences Building is expected to be com- 
pleted by 1990. The Medical Center Boulevard is currently being moved to make ready 
for expansion of the Patient/ Visitor Parking Deck. Two new helicopter pads, one for 
the AirCare helicopter and a second for helicopters from other medical centers, will be 
located on top of the parking deck. The J. Paul Sticht Center on Aging will be built on 
the approximate site of the current helicopter pad. These new facilities will make it 
possible not only for our hospital to serve more people but to serve them better. 

In recent months the hospital's Level One Trauma Center has seen further develop- 
ment of its critical care transportation system by adding to the helicopter ambulance ser- 
vice its own neonatal ambulance for critically ill infants. The CommView Computer 
System, developed jointly by the Department of Radiology and AT&T, digitizes images, 
stores large volumes of data and transmits the images via fiberoptic cable throughout 
the Medical Center and via satellite to other hospitals without any x-ray film. Some 
brain tumors can now be successfully treated by implanting a tiny radioactive pellet 
directly into the tumor. Other types of cancer can be treated by hyperthermia which 
carefully focuses microwaves to raise temperatures inside a tumor to 102 degrees to 105 
degrees Fahrenheit to kill or injure cancer cells. A technique called Mohs Micrographic 
Surgery allows the removal of skin cancer with minimal damage to normal skin. 

These and other advances in patient care attract patients from across the country and 
around the world. Last year 22,100 persons admitted to Baptist Hospital came from 
almost every county in North Carolina, from 35 states, and from eight foreign coun- 
tries. 

The Department of Pastoral Care continues its ministries to: the patient in the ^ 
hospital; the family and friends of patients; the medical staff who minister to the pa- 
tient; the person requesting counseling in our centers in Winston-Salem, Fayetteville, 

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Morganton, Charlotte, Rockingham, North Wilkesboro; and the ministers who seek 
our courses in clinical instruction, equipping them for specialized and pastoral 
ministries. 

Added to these are our "Pastors' Sabbath" and "Interim Church" programs, as we 
work closely with the North Carolina Baptist State Convention in addressing the needs 
of pastors and churches. 

We renew our commitment to the faithful delivery of pastoral care, beginning in our 
Medical Center and reaching around the world. 

Baptist Hospital continues to feel the effect of the health care personnel shortage, 
especially as it attempts to open new facilities. However, we do not have any beds closed 
due to shortages. The Code Blue Program in high schools of northwestern North 
Carolina and the appeal to Baptist youth through Acteens is also creating interest in 
health care careers. 

During the past fiscal year Baptist Hospital received $668,937.39 through the 
Cooperative Program and $303,133.07 through the Homes and Hospital Offering, in- 
cluding church gifts directly to the hospital. The hospital staff and patients are grateful 
for the services made possible by these gifts. 

Baptist Children's Homes of North Carolina, Inc. 

Like salmon. Baptist Children's Homes this year struggled upstream to get ahead of 
the problems that plague America's children and families. 

While maintaining group care services in place since 1885, BCH also inaugurated two 
innovative services in Care House, the first home for teenage mothers and their babies 
we know of anywhere and the Philpott Parent Aide Program. 

Care House, where five teenage mothers will learn to parent their babies, was dedi- 
cated June 4 during services at Lenoir's Lower Creek Baptist Church. Also dedicated 
then was the Marguerite Noel Home for Girls, our second behavior change home. 

Until Care House, a young girl who had a child often could not return home. If she 
wanted to bear her child and keep it, the child had to go one foster care home and the 
young mother to another until she was of age. 

The Noel Home, like Moody Home in Franklin, cares for girls whose difficult 
behavior prohibits them from living at home or in traditional group care settings. 

On June 21 BCH dedicated the Philpott Parent Aide Program in Davidson County. 
Trained volunteers will establish relationships with homes labeled "at risk" for child 
abuse. The volunteer will be counselor and friend, critic and confidant to help families 
spot and correct areas that lead to child abuse or neglect. 

With renewed emphasis on church communication, BCH named two men to act as 
directors of church relations and planned giving. Charles Tanner and Bill Morrow will 
arrange BCH speakers for your church and help your members with estate planning. 

BCH continues to implement "intentionalized services" according to the long-range 
plan it adopted in April 1988. Peer culture therapy is being utilized on children at Odum 
Home and Noel Home and is being phased in at Mills Home. This program makes the 
children more responsible, both for themselves and others in their cottage. 

BCH continues to garner popular support with North Carolina Baptists who con- 
tributed $1.52 million through the Cooperative Program last year. In the 1988-89 fiscal 
year, more than $1 million has been received in bequests. 



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The executive committee of the General Board of the Baptist State Convention of 
North Carolina this year declined to adopt a report of a special study committee that 
would have drastically reduced BCH's share of the Cooperative Program. The commit- 
tee recommended, and the General Board supported, a return of individual special of- 
ferings to Baptist Children's Homes, Baptist Retirement Homes and Baptist Hospital. 
All three social services agencies support such a move, which would eliminate the 
Homes and Hospital Offering they share. The state convention will vote on that pro- 
posal in November. 

BCH, which began as an orphanage in Thomasville in 1885, operates four group care 
campuses, eight emergency care homes, a home for unwed mothers, a teen mother/baby 
home, two behavior change homes for girls, therapeutic camping and a model child 
development center. It has work in 17 locations across the state, serving more than 1,000 
children and families each year. 

All campuses and facilities welcome involvement by local churches, RAs, GAs, 
WMUs and Sunday School departments. Baptist support is strong for children and 
families and we pray it will continue to strengthen as needs grow every day. 

Michael C. Black well. President 

Baptist Retirement Homes 

This marks the 38th year of ministry by the Baptist Retirement Homes to the Baptist 
Older Adults of this state. 

Charged in 1951 with the mission of providing residential care for "Aged Saints," the 
Homes provide care for older adults in five locations across the state (Albemarle, 
Asheville, Hamilton, Winston-Salem, and Yanceyville). 

A new continuing care retirement community, Brookridge, located in Winston- 
Salem, will open for operation in the fall of 1989. 

Recognizing the growing need for quality residential care for older adults, the Board , 
of Trustees of the Retirement Homes has formulated a three-pronged long-range plan to 
meet this need: 

• To work with churches and associations in the development of 
regional continuing care retirement communities in the West, Pied- 
mont, and the East. 

• To work with churches and associations in the development of 
"free-standing" residential housing (independent-living units, and 
nursing-care units). 

• To work with churches and associations in the development of alter- 
native forms of residential care for older adults (respite care, adult 
day care, and home health care). 

One of the greatest challenges North Carolina Baptists face as they move into the 21st 
century is the question of how residential-living situations for Baptist Older Adults are 
to be provided. 

With the support of North Carolina Baptists, the Retirement Homes sees this 
challenge as a wonderful opportunity for ministry. 



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The Baptist Foundation 



"Strengthening for Greater Service" had special meaning for the trust agency of the 
Convention during the past year. Noting the progress made during its 69-year history in 
undergirding the financial support for the Convention, its churches, institutions, and 
mission causes, the Foundation recommitted itself to greater service to these causes. 

With concern that it performs its mission efficiently and that it involves more Baptists 
effectively in supporting the cause of Christ, the Foundation carefully embarked upon a 
capital campaign to secure funds for the construction of its own building to house its 
development and administrative offices. 

Since its staffing in the early 1950s, space for the Foundation has been provided in the 
Baptist Building. With the consistent rapid growth in assets managed and services pro- 
vided by the Foundation, the current space has become inadequate to properly perform 
the on-going work of the agency. We are pleased to report that the majority of the funds 
necessary to construct the new building have been secured. The new building will be 
erected beside the Baptist Building in Cary and we are hopeful that it will be ready for 
occupancy by the end of this year. 

In engaging in this project, it has been of utmost importance to our Board of Direc- 
tors and Staff that the on-going responsibilities of the Foundation not be neglected dur- 
ing the campaign. Indeed, the need for increased financial support for Baptist institu- 
tions, missions, and other ministries has not diminished, and has remained our first 
priority. It is essential that more individual Baptists become aware of the possibility of 
sharing the message of Christ beyond their lifetime. Seeking to fill this role, the Baptist 
Foundation is the only entity which receives endowment gifts for any and every Baptist 
cause. Through trust and endowment funds established by individuals, churches, and 
associations, the principal is invested and income is paid regularly and perpetually to the 
cause or causes named by the donor. 

Total assets of the Foundation are now approaching $17 million, of which $3.8 
million was added in 1988 alone, making this year the greatest year of growth in the 
Foundation's history. Last year, $1,258,775 was paid to Baptist work and to individuals 
designated in charitable remainder-type trusts. This latter agreement provides for in- 
come to be paid to the donor (or other individuals) for a specific period of time and then 
to charitable causes thereafter. Through this method of making gifts to Christian 
causes, the donor is assured that heirs are not neglected and that Christian causes will 
eventually benefit from the estate. 

We are continually grateful for the support of Baptists across the state who support 
the mission and ministry of the Foundation. We welcome the opportunity to serve. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Edwin S. Coates 
Executive Director 

Christian Action League of North Carolina Report 

When the 1989 Session of the General Assembly of North Carolina convened on 
January 11, the first bills to be introduced were three lottery proposals: one in the 
Senate and two in the House. 

Such gambling legislation has become an annual event for the last six years. However, 
the pressure for establishing a state-wide lottery has been stronger this time around due 



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to two factors: 1. Virginia has started a lottery; and 2. Revenues are very tight, and 
some legislators were looking for some "easy" money to grant state employees and 
school teachers a pay raise. 

The pro-gambling lobbyists and their favorite legislator, Senator Kenneth Royall 
(D-Durham) were successful in securing passage of lottery legislation in the Senate. 

Senator Royall, one of the most powerful members of the Senate, used his political 
"clout" to keep the bill in committee until the closing days of the session. 

He admitted to the media that he did not want the lottery to get tied in with the budget 
proposals. After the money bills had passed and the legislature was ready to go home; 
then, he made his move to put the lottery bill on a "fast track." 

No time was left to call for a public hearing to give rank-and-file voters the opportuni- 
ty for their input. 

After the Senate passage, the gambling proposal hit a "snag" when House Speaker 
Joe Mavretic let it be known that the House would not delay the 1989 adjournment to 
take up the proposal. 

The issue cannot be considered until the legislature convenes for its 1990 session on 
May 22, 1990. 

This gives six months to solicit opposition to the measure from the membership of the 
North Carolina House. 

Contact your North Carolina House member and secure his or her opposition to 
Senate Bill 4, the Lottery Act. 

A lot of prayer, time and energy has been exerted in the current legislative session to 
defeat any gambling legislation; to prevent any erosion of our liquor laws; and to sup- 
port efforts to strengthen our drunk driving statutes. 

A Legislative Study Committee and the Governor's Highway Safety Committee held 
hearings throughout the state during the past year to get citizen input on ways to make 
our highways safer. As a result of these sessions, a Safe Roads Study proposal was in- 
troduced that consisted of the following features: 1. lower the breathalyzer threshold 
from .10 to .08 for drivers of motor vehicles; 2. ban open containers of alcoholic 
beverages in motor vehicles; 3. increase fines for drunk driving; and 4. establish a .04 
standard for operators of commercial vehicles (bus and truck drivers). The House pass- 
ed the bill, but the Senate Conference Committee members refused to accept the pro- 
posals. The bill can be considered in the May 1990 session. 

Even with such a busy legislative agenda, the League has assisted in numerous liquor 
elections across the state. 

We are hearing a lot of voices talking about declaring WAR ON DRUGS. U.S. 
Surgeon General C. Everett Koop has given our nation some words of wisdom: "It isn't 
ginger ale we're talking about. It's alcohol, the most widely abused drug. In the alleged 
war on drugs, alcohol enjoys a battlefield exemption. The United States will one day 
have to choose between alcohol and health. . .because we can't have them together." 

Amazingly, the pulpits of America have become silent in so many of our churches 
concerning this NUMBER ONE ADDICTIVE DRUG. May this condemnation not be 
laid on the steps of the churches of your association. 

The Christian Action League is ready to stand with you in the ministry of Applied 
Christianity as we confront the moral and social evils of today's world. 

Joe S, Lennon, President 
, Coy C. Privette, Executive Director 



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The Biblical Recorder Report 



After more than 150 years as the Baptist paper serving North Carolina Baptists in par- 
ticular and Southern Baptists in general, the Biblical Recorder is launching a new era of 
service and ministry for the decade of the '90s and the 21st Century. 

We have just completed a year-long readership survey at substantial cost and invest- 
ment of time and energy, but we believe it is going to be helpful in charting the course 
for future service to our family of faith. 

Baptists must have a single source of news and information upon which to make deci- 
sions and evaluate ministries. The Recorder is that source; nothing else matches the 
paper as a single resource of news, information, inspiration and challenge in our mission 
efforts together. 

Competition for reading time is keen. Baptists are facing more and more demands 
upon their time and resources. The Recorder is never a luxury; it is a necessity if we are 
to work together in this complex and demanding age. 

We have exciting plans for the future. More feature articles about North Carolinians, 
more articles geared to youth, family and women. An even greater focus on laypersons 
will continue after the beginning we made in 1988. 

And we are trying to work out the mechanics of church pages whereby we can save 
churches time, money and staff work by offering them a page in the Recorder in lieu of 
their weekly newsletter. Watch for more details in the Recorder in the near future con- 
cerning this time and money-saving device for the churches (and associations). 

We have a large readership now but we want more-that is the purpose of the paper. 
We serve hundreds of thousands of Baptists but we want to serve even more. More than 
60 percent of our news is from North Carolina now, but we want a higher percentage 
soon! 

The most important thing facing us at this point is to get the paper into more Baptist 
homes than ever before. Will you help us? Not only subscribe to and read the Recorder 
yourself but please speak a good word for the paper and urge others to subscribe and 
read it also. For more information on rates and special plans for subscribing, contact: 

The Biblical Recorder 
232 West Millbrook Road 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
(919) 847-2127 

Messengers 

AHOSKIE FIRST: Mrs. Betty Joyner, Mrs. Emily Miller, Mrs. Emily Jernigan, Mrs. 

Hannah Brown, Mrs. Margaret Springfield, Mrs. Dot Williford, Mrs. Ella Morris 
ASHLEY'S GROVE: Thomas Colston, Bertha Colston, Retha Vann, Lora Oliver 
ASKEWVILLE: Mrs. Jo-Ann Mizelle, Mrs. Christine Cobb, Mrs. Sarah L. Mizelle, 

Mrs. Truett White, Mrs. Harriet White 
AULANDER: Thomas Hale, Chip Simms, Glema Demario, John Demario, Cleo 

Tinkham 

BETHANY: Mr. Leroy Evans, Mrs. Leroy Evans, Mrs. Nadine Hewitt 
BETHEL: Fenton Mayle, Reba Mayle, Junie Barnes, Mary Betty Daniel 
BETHLEHEM: Clarine Bazemore, Hilda Tinkham 
BRANTLEY'S GROVE: Ezra Vann, Ernestine Vann 



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BUCKHORN: Mrs. R.G. Whitley, Mrs. Virginia Cobb, Mrs. Frances Sumner, Mrs. 

Ray Craig, Mr. William G. Lawrence, Mr. Cyrus Howell 
CAPEHARTS: Rubelle Jones, Eloise Carter, H.G. Evans 

CASHIE: Mrs. Jack Byrd, Mrs. Virginia Hardison, Mrs. Revah Rhodes, James E. 

Harrell, Mrs. Jane Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. Julian Phelps 
CENTER GROVE: Mrs. Margaret Brinkley, Mrs. Elva Harris, Miss Hilda Lassiter 
CHRISTIAN HARBOR: Mrs. Maggie Pearl Lowe, Miss Louise Taylor, Mrs. Lillian 

Norvelle 

COLERAIN: Mrs. A.C. Holloman, Mrs. Odell Mitchell, Mrs. Helen White, Mrs. Jim 
Edwards 

CONNARITSA: Lula Mae Chamblee, Adelaide Jenkins 

CONWAY: Mrs. Edward James, Mrs. Lawrence Ricks, Mrs. C.J. Watson, Mr. 
Russell Johnson, Jr. 

CREECH MEMORIAL: Mr. Stanley Horton, Mrs. Lillian Horton, Mr. Lonnie 

Skinner, Mrs. Ella Mae Skinner, Mrs. Velma Mitchell 
CREEKSVILLE: Mrs. Earl Lassiter, Mrs. Leroy Barrett 
EARLYS: Mrs. Lawrence Myers, Mrs. Lin wood Britton, Mr. Lawrence Myers 
EDGEWOOD: None 

ELAM: Mrs. Mattie Harris, Mr. Carlton Howell, Mrs. Margaret Kee, Mrs. Catherine 
Painter 

ELM GROVE: Mr. Starkey Jernigan, Mrs. Mattie Jernigan, Mr. Aubrey Mizelle, Mrs. 

Aubrey Mizelle, Mrs. Helen Brown, Mrs. Cora L. Newbern 
GALATIA: Mrs. OUie Eure, Mrs. Pearl Taylor, Miss Pauline Davis, Mr. and Mrs. 

Jessie Flythe 

GREEN'S CROSS: Mrs. Nancy Bunch, Mr. Franklin Mizelle, Mrs. Margaret Mizelle, 

Mrs. Mary Jane Asbell, Mr. Rhoda Lawrence, Mrs. Nova Leicester 
HARRELLSVILLE: Mrs. Polly Evans, Mrs. R.C. Mason, Jr. 
HEBRON: Mrs. Wilma Early, Mrs. Simone Miles 
HOLLY GROVE: Mrs. Willie B. Bazemore, Mrs. Verna Williams 
HOLLY SPRINGS: Helen Miller, Lewter Perry, Evelyn Hoggard 
HORTON'S: Mrs. Charlie S. Powell, Mr. Joe E. Phelps 

JACKSON: Mr. W.J. Little, Jr., Mrs. Howard G. Bridgers, Mr. L. Roy Biggerstaff 
KELFORD: Mrs. Julia Johnston, Mrs. Krista Rogers, Mrs. Beatrice Copeland 
LASKER: Johnnie Hawks, Fred Elks, Glaston Martin 
LAWRENCE: Mrs. Jane Cobb 
LEWISTON: None 

MARGARETTSVILLE: Mildred Glover, Noney Vaughan, Helen Vick, Mabel Piland 
MARS HILL: Mrs. Margaret Davidson, Mrs. Virginia Coefield, Mrs. Johnny Lou 

Northcott, Mrs. Clara Lee Davidson 
MEHERRIN: W.J. Parker, Laura Ruth Parker, Minnie Edwards, Joyce Brett, Edith 

Parker, L.T. Whitson, Doris Riggs, Myra Northcott 
MENOLA: Mrs. Margaret Brown, Mrs. Wilma Snipes, Mrs. Ruby Peede 
MERRY HILL: Mrs. Margaret White, Mrs. Evelyn Willis 

MT. CARMEL: Mr. Rupert W. Hasty, Mrs. Clara B. Ashty, Mrs. Betty H. Lassiter 
MT. TABOR: Claude King, Bates King, Jerome Tinkham 

MURFREESBORO: Dr. Bruce Whitaker, Rev. Roland Pruette, Mrs. Mary Pruette, 

Miss Anna Belle Crouch, Mrs. Shirley Pike 
OAK GROVE: Margaret Rawls, Leona Rogerson, Helen Rawls 
PLEASANT GROVE: Mrs. Sidney Mitchell, Mrs. Margaret B. Dunning 



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POTECASI: Lala Hornok 

POWELLSVILLE: Mrs. Mary K. Early, Mr. Shelton Freeman 
REPUBLICAN: Mrs. Ruby Harmon, Mrs. Millie Stocks, Mrs. Myrtle Ward, Mrs. 
Lyda White 

RICH SQUARE: William Futrell, Elizabeth Boyce, Mildred Parker, Katrine Parker 
RIVERSIDE: Mrs. Elaine Taylor 
ROBERT'S CHAPEL: Mrs. Edith Patterson 

ROSS: Mrs. Sarah Hoggard, Mrs. Sadie Hoggard, Mrs. Corinne Miller, Mrs. Elizabeth 
Bunch 

SANDY RUN: Mrs. Lucy Hall, Mrs. Nell Rose 
SEABOARD: No Report 

SEVERN: Mrs. Lucille Taylor, Mrs. Mildred Parker, Mrs. Elizabeth Outland, Mr. 

Dick Eure, Mrs. Dick Eure 
SI LOAM: Mr. A.L. Leggett, Mrs. Susan Baughn, Mrs. Josephine Leggett 
ST. JOHN'S: Mrs. Clara Shores, Mrs. Josephine Askew, Mrs. Bessie Burkett 
UNION: Mrs. Roger Miller, Mr. William Charles 
WAKELON: Mr. Paul Williams, Mrs. Elsie Williams 

WINTON: Mr. Harry Ward, Mrs. Harry Ward, Mrs. Allston Askew, Mr. Herbert 
Brett, Mrs. Herbert Brett 

WOODLAND: Mr. H.C. Vaughan, Mr. J.H. Liverman, Miss Roberta Outland, Mrs. 
Vivian Wheeler, Mrs. Nancy Timberlake, Mrs. Jean Rogister, Mrs. Hazel Ward, 
Mrs. Hannah Vaughan, Mrs. Kathryn Lee, Mrs. Sarah Liverman 




Memorials 



AHOSKIE FIRST 



AULANDER 



Mr. Marvin Baker 
Mrs. Edna Miller 
Mr. Albert Burden 



Mrs. Blanche Edwards 



Mrs. Elizabeth Fornes 



Mr. Willie Jenkins 
Mr. Phillip Burden 
Mrs. Nellie Jenkins 
Mrs. Marie Tayloe 
Mrs. Stacy Nelson 



Mrs. Ethel Forbes 



Mrs. Pauline Bazemore 



Mrs. Willie Modlin 

ASHLEY'S GROVE 
Mr. Russell Futrell 
Mrs. Learlie Futrell 

ASKEWVILLE 



Mrs. Gertrude Sessoms 



Mr. Glenn Jenkins 
Mrs. J.W. Davidson 

BETHANY 



Mr. Merle Mizelle 
Mr. Eugene White 



Mr. Elton Johnson 



Mr. Joseph M. Twine 



Mr. Leo White 



Mrs. Myrtle Byrum 
Mrs. Eva Todd 
Mr. Bill Willard 

BETHEL 
Mr. Jack Warren 

BETHLEHEM 

Mrs. Genola Wiggins 
Mrs. Celia Bazemore 
Mrs. Ruby Bazemore 




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BRANTLEY'S GROVE 
Mr. Stanley Baugham 

BUCKHORN 
Mr. George W. Parker, Deacon 
Mrs. Mary Frances Howell 
Mr. Madison Parker 

CAPEHARTS 

Mr. Myles S. Baker, Deacon 
Mr. Raleigh F. Hughes, Deacon 
Mr. Woodrow Ward 
Mr. Charlie Cobb 

CASHIE 
Mr. Henry Lyon 
Mr. Robert C. White, Deacon 
Mrs. L.L Bo wen 
Mrs. Lorraine Ward 
Mrs. W.H. Lassiter 
Mr. Alvin Byrd 
Mr. Henry Ward Evans 
Mr. Thomas S. Speight 

CENTER GROVE 
Mrs. Helen W. Jenkins 
Mr. Melvin Taylor 

CHRISTIAN HARBOR 
Mrs. Allie Belle Morris 
Mr. Raymond Hassell 

COLERAIN 

Mrs. Jean O' Berry 

Mr. Alton Pierce, Deacon 

Mrs. Louvina Askew 

Mrs. Ever Miller 

Mrs. Annie Mae Forehand 

Mr. E.J. Phelps 

Mrs. Hallie Miller 

Mr. Jim Freeman 

Mrs. Luvenia Winborne 

CONNARITSA 
Mrs. Erma Williams 

CONWAY 

Mrs. Walter Lee Duke 
Mr. Roy Martin 
Mrs. Anna Burgess 



Mrs. Mary Perry 
Mr. George Francis 
Mr. Fred Butler 

CREECH MEMORIAL 
Mrs. Ann Casper 
Mr. Donald Waters, Deacon 
Mrs. Edna Godwin 
Mr. Howard Newsome 
Mr. John Raymond Askew 
Mr. Alvah Daniels 
Mr. Emmett Casper, Deacon 
Mr. Luther Brown 
Mr. Edwin White, Deacon 
Mrs. Sarah Hall 

CREEKSVILLE 

Mr. Ben Lassiter 

Mr. Gilbert Farrow 

Mrs. J. Grady Bridges, served as past 
WMU Director for over 35 years. 
Trustee at Chowan College 

EARLYS 

Mr. Raymond Lassiter, Deacon 
Mr. Winfred Bud Lassiter 

EDGEWOOD 
Mr. Bill White 
Mr. Herman Suis 
Mrs. Rachel Suis 
Mr. Lacy Merle White 
Mrs. Vernie Baker 

ELAM 

Mr. John Edwards 
Mr. Russel Kee 
Mrs. Estell Moss 
Mrs. Ruth White 
Mrs. Ethel Roundtree 
Mr. Marvin Cooker 
Mrs. Antoinette Dunning 

ELM GROVE 

Mr. Vernon Jernigan 
Mr. Thurman Jernigan 




GALATIA 

Mr. H.C. Storey 
Mr. G.T. Draper 
Mr. Troy Edwards 
Mrs. Elsie Gay 
Mrs. Ilene Kirkland 
Mr. Rubert Davis 

GREEN'S CROSS 
Mrs. Annie Gray Castelloe 
Mr. George Conner 
Mr. Ed Mitchell 
Mr. Fentress White 
Mrs. Mollie White 

HARRELLSVILLE 
Mrs. Annie Evans 
Mrs. Fannie Lowe 

HEBRON 
Mr. C.R. Parker 

HOLLY GROVE 
Mr. El wood Todd 

JACKSON 
Ms. Mary Lee Tyler 
Mrs. C.W. Bass 
Mr. F.W. Price 
Mrs. V.C. Bridgers 
Mrs. S.S. Cocke 
Mrs. Cecil Austin 

LASKER 
Mrs. Laura Burden 
Mrs. Carrie Martin 

LAWRENCE 
Mrs. Annie Bell Smith wick 
Mr. G.R. Barnacascel 

MARS HILL 
Mr. Samuel Pearce 
Mr. Wayland Jones, Sr. 
Mr. Woodrow Byrum 
Mrs. Sadie Robertson 



MEHERRIN 

Mrs. Beulah Vinson 
Mrs. Estelle Duncan 
Mrs. Ruth Brown 
Mr. Jasper Vinson 
Mrs. Janie Chappell 
Mr. Cornelius Parker 

MERRY HILL 
Mr. B.V. Williford 
Mr. James P. Love 
Mrs. Georgia Cobb 
Mrs. Lizzie Miller 

MT. CARMEL 
Mrs. Doris Long 
Mr. Carroll Morgan 

MURFEESBORO 
Mr. Stanley Whitley 
Mr. Raymond Dilday 
Mr. Robert Whitley 
Dr. W.F. Britt 

OAK GROVE 

Mr. Colie Rawls, Deacon 
Mr. Cleamon Lassiter, Deacon 

PLEASANT GROVE 
Mr. Johnnie Parker 
Mrs. Feline Joyner 

POWELLSVILLE 

Mr. Melvin Early, Deacon 
Mr. Harvey Jernigan 
Mr. Truitt Taylor, Deacon 

REPUBLICAN 
Mrs. Nellie Imel 
Mr. William Crisp 
Mr. Eli Harmon 

RICH SQUARE 

Mrs. Bernice Benthall 
Mr. Fred Griffith 
Mrs. Lois Outland 
Dr. R.B. Outland, Sr. 
Mrs. Margaret Belch 



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RIVERSIDE 

Mrs. Doris Harrington 
Mrs. Mary Pierce 
Mrs. Hallie Bo wen 

ROBERT'S CHAPEL 
Mr. Horace Outland, Sr., Deacon 
Mr. Howard Woodard, Deacon 
Mrs. Genda Stephenson 

ROSS 

Mr. Lewis B. Surgeon, Deacon 
Mrs. Ludie Dunlow 
Mrs. Martha Hoggard 
Mr. John E. Mizelle 

SANDY RUN 

Mr. William (Jack) Vaughan 
Mrs. Hazel B. Smith 
Mrs. Mae Peele Brown 
Mrs. Vivian L. Frazer 
Mr. Charles R. Sadler 

SEABOARD 

SEVERN 

Mr. Rufus Howell, Jr. 
Ms. Mildred B. McGee 
Ms. Mildred B. Murden 
Mrs. C.K. Futrell 
Mr. J.B. Mann 



SILOAM 

Mrs. Jo Ellen Evans 
Mrs. Addie Leggett 
Mrs. Alvania Todd 

ST. JOHN'S 

Mrs. Lizzie Ayscue 
Mr. Gordon Britton 
Mr. M.S. Burkett 
Mr. H.C. Edwards, Jr. 
Mr. Robert Harris 
Mrs. Ima J. Harrell 
Mrs. Ruth M. Joyner 
Mr. Kenneth Lassiter 
Mr. Lee A. Thomas 
Mrs. Shirley Whitaker 
Mr. Joe Wommack 
Mrs. Lillie Wynn 
Mr. Stanley Jenkins 

UNION 

Mrs. Lois Charles 
Mr. Ernest Liverman 

WINTON 

Mrs. Opal Eure Parker 
Mrs. Essie Vick Davis 
Mr. Mills Johnson 

WOODLAND 

Mrs. Dorothy Blanton 
Mr. A.J. P. Edwards 




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Historical Events 

ASKEWVILLE: Added new storage building. 
BUCKHORN: Purchased pew cushions - sanctuary. 
CHRISTIAN HARBOR: Dedication of new choir robes. 

CONNARITSA: Hallways, office and four classrooms downstairs were carpeted by the 
church; the Brotherhood carpeted one classroom upstairs; the WMU presented to 
the church a plaque honoring all WMU Directors who have served; on May 7, 
1989, we celebrated our 200th Homecoming; the parsonage was refurbished; a tape 
duplicating and tape erasure machine was purchased for tape ministry of our Home 
Bound Department. 

CONWAY: Installed system for the hearing impaired in the sanctuary; recognition service 
for Rev. Hester celebrating his 10th year as pastor of Conway Baptist Church. 

CREEKSVILLE: Called Paul R. Traywick to pastor our church; ordained Paul R. 
Traywick to the ministry; ordained Lemuel Ricks as deacon; new scarves for pulpit 
and communion table were presented and dedicated in memory of Eddie Drake; 
the old set to be placed in the historical showcase; new carpet placed in the educa- 
tional building; church participates in the Northampton County Food Pantry to 
serve emergency needs for food in Northampton County. 

ELM GROVE: Ordained Ronald Mizelle as deacon; installed carpet, heat and cooling 
system in parsonage. 

GALATIA: Hired full-time minister of music and youth; Pastor Billy Nale and Mark 
Glover spent two weeks as volunteers in Sao Paula, Brazil; put roof on parsonage. 
GREEN'S CROSS: Donation of hymnals. 

HOLLY GROVE: Celebration of 185th Anniversary with morning and afternoon serv- 
ices, dinner on the grounds, September 24, 1989. 

MEHERRIN: Did Pictorial Directory; put up a fence on property; celebrated 259th 
year (October 1988). 

MERRY HILL: Put top on the parsonage. 

MX. CARMEL: Co-hosted reception honoring retiring pastor. Rev. Paul Worrell; 
baby dedication services for four families; 125 new Baptist hymnals purchased; 
central air/heating system installed. 

MT. TABOR: Celebrated 150th Anniversary of church on September 17, 1989. 

REPUBLICAN: Deep well put down; cushions on pews; new addition on community 
building; new appliances for kitchen; siding on community building installed; out- 
door lights and sidewalks installed; topsoil and landscaping. 

RICH SQUARE: Homecoming, September 18, 1989. 

RIVERSIDE: 75th Anniversary of Riverside. 

ROSS: Bylaws and Constitution adopted by church on July 30, 1989. 

SANDY RUN: Our pastor, Steven M. Matchett was ordained; held a dedication service 

for a baby; installed a handicapped ramp at the church. 
SEVERN: Added chimes and lighted steeple; made repairs on parsonage; we have 

active tape ministry to nursing homes, rest homes and to our homebound. 
WINTON: Sent two members on mission trip to Jamaica. 

WOODLAND: Special services honoring our own historian and naming our church 
history room "The Hazel Griffin Historical Room." 



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Annual Session Schedule 

1990 

Bethlehem Baptist Church 

Holly Springs Baptist Church 
Ahoskie First Baptist Church 




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Spring Meeting - Lewiston Baptist Church 

Fall Meeting: 

First Day - Meherrin Baptist Church 
Second Day - Kelford Baptist Church 



Historical Table for Fall Sessions 





MEETING 










YEAR 


PLACE 


MODERATOR 


CLERK 


PREACHER 


TEXT 


1951 


Aulander, Buckhom 


Oscar Creech 


P.T. Worrell 


E.C. Upchurch 


Eph. 6:10-18 


1952 


Conway, Cashie 


Oscar Creech 


P.T. WorreU 


E.S. Morgan 


Exodus 14 


1953 


Seaboard, Chowan 
College 


Oscar Creech 


P.T. Worrell 


Frank Robinson 


Isa. 54:2 


1954 


Mars HiU, Colerain 


Herbert Jenkins 


Mrs. Jesse F. Colston 


Wayne Scott 


Rom. 6:19-23 


1955 


Rich Square, 
Woodland 


Herbert Jenkins 


P.T. Worrell 


W.P. Milne 


II Cor. 8:7 


1956 


Riverside, 
Ahoskie, First 


Merrill Evans 


J.M. Long 


Robert Johns 


Heb. 12:3 


1957 


Ashley's Grove, 
Murfreesboro 


Merrill Evans 


J.M. Long 


Eugene Johns 


Acts 2 


1958 


Meherrin, Chowan 
College, Powellsville 


C. Gordon Maddrey 


Levi Gillikin, Jr. 


J.M. Long 


Luke 10:1-7 


1959 


Lewiston, Bethany 


C. Gordon Maddrey 


Levi Gillikin, Jr. 


Rowland S. Pruette 


John 17:13-23 


1960 


Conway, Rich Square 


W.T. Charles 


Levi Gillikin, Jr. 


W. Isaac Terrell 


Eph.3:l-13 


1961 


Ahoskie, First, 
Aulander 


W.T. Charles 


Levi Gillikin, Jr. 


E. Earl Haynes 


Gal. 4:1-14 


1962 


Chowan College, 
Cashie 


E. Len Weston 


K.E. Bryant 


John D. Davis 


Matt. 28:19-20 


1963 


Woodland, 
Center Grove 


E. Len Weston 


K.E. Bryant 


B.J. Traywick 


Haggai I 


1964 


Colerain, Galatia 


Dr. W.R. Parker 


K.E. Bryant 


Lee Roy Campbell 


Rom. 13:11-14 


1965 


Creeksville, Mars Hill 


J.L. Walter Moose 


K.E. Bryant 


Bennie Pledger 


Phil. 1:21 


1966 


Cashie, Chowan 
CoUege 


Rowland S. Pruette 


K.E. Bryant 


E. Len Weston 


Acts 1:8 


1967 


Murfreesboro, 
AskewviUe 


Rowland Pruette 


K.E. Bryant 


Gwyn P. Sullivan 
Ernest Poston 


Ps. 96:2 


1968 


Riverside, Meherrin 


C.E. Thomas 


L. Thad Prevatte 


T.M. Jones 


John 20:19 


1969 


Sandy Run, 
Rich Square 


C.E. Thomas 


L. Thad Prevatte 


Billy T. Mabley 
George F. Turner 


Eph. 4:4 


1970 


Ahoskie, First, Cashie 


Russell Johnson, Jr. 


L. Thad Prevatte 


Tom H. Caulkins 
Herman T. Dilday 




1971 


Conway, Capeharts 


Russell Johnson, Jr. 


Henry W. Stough 


Joe D. McLean 
Walter Jones 


I Cor. 12:1-6 
Eph. 5:1-17 


1972 


Aulander, Lewiston 


Terry J. Jones 


Henry W. Stough 


H.L. Coppedge 
Walter F. HiU 


Heb. 9:22 
Exo. 4:1-5 


1973 


Winton, Connaritsa 


W.L. Downs 


Henry W. Stough 


Vincent Young 
Jack H. Mace 


James 1:18-27 
John 8:30-32 


1974 


Greens Cross, 
Capeharts 


Robert B. Spivey 


Mrs. Walter S. Jones 


Joseph Polinski 
Harold Rumfelt 


Col. 3 


1975 


Colerain, Harrellsville 


Robert B. Spivey 


Ronald Richardson 


Tim Sellers 
Ronald Richardson 


Judges 7 


1976 


Murfreesboro 


Russell Johnson, Jr. 


Ronald Richardson 


Lonnie K. Armstrong 
D.H. McCoUough 


Matt. 28:19-20 


1977 


Galatia, 

Brantley's Grove 


Russell Johnson, Jr. 


Mrs. Faye Scott 


Jack Byrd 
Delbert Burnett 




1978 


Rich Square, 
Republican 


Bobby Cross 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


Larry Pittman 
Gerald Riggs 


Mt. 13:31-33 


1979 


Ross, Mars HiU 


Bobby Cross 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


Hubert Mizelle 
Kenneth Pittman 


Mk. 4:35 


1980 


Pleasant Grove, 


Robbie Parker 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


Robert C. White 






Bethlehem 






Dr. W D. Morris 




1981 


Severn, Jackson 


Robbie Parker 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


Lemar Wheeler 
J.N. Baggett 


Hosea 7:1-7 
Nehemiah 


1982 


Creech Memorial, 
Earlys 


Lemar Wheeler 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


Robbie Parker 
James Langford 


Numben 32:1-: 
Luke 10:25-37 


1983 


Woodland, Cashie 


Lemar Wheeler 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


Jerry Wallace 
Harold White 




1984 


Riverside, Creeksvilie 


William G. Lawrence 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


James Hester 
Mark Morris 


2 Cor. 4 
Neh. 1:3-5; 


1985 


Siloam, Union 


William G. Lawrence 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


Richard Cooke 
P. T. WorreU 


I Peter 2:9-12 
John 4:19-30 



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1986 


Aulander, 


Nathan Copeland, III Mrs. Henry Powell Wayne Simpson 


Matt. 28:16-20 




Ashley's Grove 


Cecil Harkey, Jr. 


Judges 5 


1987 


Galatia, 


Nathan Copeland, III Mr. Floyd Barmer Hugh Mizelle 


John 15 




Askewville 


James Ward 


Rev. 3:14-22 


1988 


Elam 


Corene Harris Mr. Floyd Barmer Windell Patterson 






Seaboard 


Edwin Dacus 




1989 


Colerain 


Corene Harris Mr. Floyd Barmer Freddie Harris 


Acts 11:19-26 




Connaritsa 


Kenneth Bunch 


Haggai 2:19 






xiisioricai laDie oi spring sessions 






MEETING 






YEAR 


PLACE 


MODERATOR CLERK PREACHER 


TEXT 


1986 


Elm Grove 


Nathan Copeland Mrs. Henry Powell Dr. W.D. Morris 




1987 


Center Grove 


Nathan Copeland Mr. Floyd Barmer Rev. Cleve Wilkie 




1988 


Winton 


Corene Harris Mr. Floyd Barmer Rev. Shelby Stevens 




1989 


Ross 


Corene Harris Mr. Floyd Barmer Rev. Thomas Caulkins 





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The 1989 Annual 
of the 

West Chowan Baptist Association 
is concluded with 
the following statistical tables 
for your further 
information and reference. 

Table A - Church Membership 

Table B - Sunday School 

Table C - Church Training 

Table D - Music Ministry 

Table E - Woman's Missionary Union 

Table F - Brotherhood 

Table G - Total Receipts, Expenditures, Stewardship 
Table H - Mission Expenditures 
Table I - Special Information 



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TABLE A CHURCH MEMBERSHIP 
& OTHER INFORMATION 

West Chowan 
North Carolina 

Dir. of Assoc. Miss.: Rev. Lonnie- 
Armstrong, P.O. Box 215, 
Ahoskie, NC 27910 

Year Ending 9/30/89 


CHURCHES 


AHOSKIE FIRST 
ASHLEY'S GROVE 
ASKERVILLE 
AULANDER 
BETHANY 
BETHEL 
BETHLEHEM 
BRANTLEYS GROVE 


BUCKHORN 

CAPEHARTS 

CASHIE 

CENTER GROVE 
CHRISTIAN HARBOR 
COLERAIN 
CONNARITSA 
CONWAY 


CREECH 

CREEKSVILLE 

EARLYS 

EDGEWOOD 

ELAM 

ELM GROVE 
GALATIA 
GREENS CROSS 


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TOTALS 


HOLLY GROVE 

HOLLY SPRINGS 

HORTONS 

JACKSON 

KELFORD 

LASKER 


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LEWISTON 

MARGARETTSVILI 

MARS HILL 

MEHERRIN 

MENOLA 

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SANDY RUN 

SEABOARD 

SEVERN 

C T 1 HAM 

ST. JOHN'S 


UNION 
WAKELON 
WINTON 
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TOTALS 

PREVIOUS YEAR 



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SANDY RUN 
SEABOARD 
SEVERN 
SILOAM 
ST. JOHN'S 


UNION 
WAKELON 
WINTON 
WOODLAND 

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TABLE C CHURCH TRAINING 

West Chowan 
North Carolina 

Assoc. CT Director: Rev. Billy E. 

Nale, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 89, Seaboard, 

NC 27876 
Year Ending 9/30/89 


CHURCHES 

1 


AHOSKIE FIRST 
ASHLEYS GROVE 
ASKERVILLE 
AULANDER 
BETHANY 
BETHEL 
BETHLEHEM 
BRANTLEYS GROVE 


BUCKHORN 

CAPEHARTS 

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CHRISTIAN HARBOR 
COLERAIN 
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CREECH 

CREEKSVILLE 

EARLYS 

EDGEWOOD 

ELAM 

ELM GROVE 
GALATIA 
GREENS CROSS 


HARRELLSVILLE 
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LASKER 


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ROSS 

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SEABOARD 
SEVERN 
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ST. JOHN'S 


UNION 
WAKELON 
WINTON 
WOODLAND 

TOTALS 

PREVIOUS YEAR TOTALS 



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HORTONS 
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ROSS 

SANDY RUN 
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UNION 
WAKELON 
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TABLE E WOMAN'S 
MISSIONARY UNION 

West Chowan 

North Carolina 

Assoc. WMU Dir.: Ms. Julia Hughes, 
P.O. Box 401, Colerain, NC 
27924 

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JACKSON 

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LEWISTON 
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MENOLA 
MERRY HILL 
MT. CARMEL 


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REPUBLICAN 
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RIVERSIDE 
ROBERTS CHAPEL 
ROSS 

SANDY RUN 
SEABOARD 
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SI LOAM 
ST. JOHN'S 


UNION 
WAKELON 
WINTON 
WOODLAND 

TOTALS 

PREVIOUS YEAR TOTALS 



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West Chowan 
North Carolina 

Assoc. Brotherhood Dir.: Rev. Elmer 
Joyner, P.O. Box 37, Gumberrv, 
NC 27838 

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MENOLA 
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MT. CARMEL 


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OAK GROVE 
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POTECASI 
POWELLSVILLE 
REPUBLICAN 
RICH SQUARE 


RIVERSIDE 
ROBERTS CHAPEL 
ROSS 

SANDY RUN 
SEABOARD 
SEVERN 
SI LOAM 
ST. JOHN'S 


UNION 
WAKELON 
WINTON 
WOODLAND 

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HORTONS 

JACKSON 

KELFORD 

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LEWISTON 
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MEHERRIN 
MENOLA 
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POWELLSVILLE 
REPUBLICAN 
RICH SQUARE 


RIVERSIDE 
ROBERTS CHAPEL 
ROSS 

SANDY RUN 
SEABOARD 
SEVERN 
SI LOAM 
ST. JOHN'S 


UNION 
WAKELON 
WINTON 
WOODLAND 

TOTALS 

PREVIOUS YEAR TOTALS 



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ROSS 

SANDY RUN 
SEABOARD 
SEVERN 
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ST. JOHN'S 


UNION 

WAKELON 

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2 


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290,000 





N 


Y 





CAPEHARTS 








20 


7 


3 


1,656 


215,000 





N 


Y 





CASHIE 


1 





35 


10 


25 


5,825 


1,300,000 





N 


Y 





CENTER GROVE 





1 


20 


10 


4 


2,600 


250,000 





N 


Y 





CHRISTIAN HARBOR 










10 


1 


1,689 


135,000 





N 


Y 





COLERAIN 





4 


46 


15 


15 


5,419 


400,000 





N 


Y 


U 1 


CONNARITSA 








10 


4 


1 


1,808 


260,000 


1,000 


N 


Y 


U 1 


CONWAY 





1 


28 


15 


2 


4,742 


1,437,000 


10,601 





Y 


U I 


CREECH 








30 


10 


2 


2,911 


595,222 





N 


Y 


^ ' 


CREEKSVILLE 





1 


14 


10 


1 


2,929 


250,000 





N 


Y 


( 


EARLYS 








12 


929 


12 


1,688 


200,000 








Y 


( 


EDGEWOOD 








4 


6 


.6 


2,046 


221,580 








Y 


( 


ELAM 








8 


10 


3 


2,518 


280,000 








Y 


I 


ELM GROVE 





1 


15 


8S 


3 


1,012 


261,000 





N 


Y 


c 


GALATIA 


3 





50 


8fi 


23 


3,616 


600,000 








Y 


c 


GREENS GROSS 








19 


12 


4 


4,407 


254,700 





N 


Y 


c 


HARRELLSVILLE 










20 


2 


4,155 


200,009 





N 


Y 


e c 


HEBRON 








1 


- 




166 


25,000 









- - 


HOLLY GROVE 











17 


17 


1,025 


75,000 





N 


Y 


0; 


HOLLY SPRINGS 








5 


10 


3 


1,050 


50,000 








Y 


0, 


HORTONS 








5 


6 


5 


426 


50,000 





N 


Y 


SI 


JACKSON 


2 


3 


7 


5 


4 


1,704 


320,000 





N 


Y 


ol 


KELFORD 








10 


6 


7 


2,440 


398,750 








Y 





LASKER 








10 


3 


2 


2,700 


150,000 





P 


Y 





LAWRENCE 


2 





10 


9 


25 


1,099 


125,000 








Y 


o; 


LEWISTON 





1 




10 




4,500 


269,516 








Y 


Of 


MARGARETTSVILLE 








4 




4 


818 


90,000 





N 


N 


o| 


MARS HILL 





1 


10 


5 


2 


2,852 


430,000 





N 


Y 


O! 


MEHERRIN 





1 


35 


13 


3 


5,082 


375,000 








Y 


o| 


MENOLA 








5 


52 


15 


2,128 


125,000 





N 


Y 


oj 


MERRY HILL 





2 




22 


U 


2,400 


153,000 





N 


N 


5 


MT. CARMEL 








2 






963 


80,000 


3,500 


N 


N 


oj 


MT. TABOR 


1 





5 


5 


35 


3,863 


300,000 





N 


Y 


0' 


MURFREESBORO 


4 


3 




18 


2 


4,485 


800,000 


92,307 





Y 


oj 


OAK GROVE 


1 





8 


- 


10 


1,755 


111,000 





N 


N 





PLEASANT GROVE 








12 


7 


5 


2,460 


265,000 





N 


Y 





POTECASI 








10 


1 n 

iU 


1 


4,800 







N 


Y 





POWELLSVILLE 


1 


1 


10 


1 7 
i / 


4 


2,969 


417,000 





N 


Y 





REPUBLICAN 


1 





18 


1 n 


3 


1,510 


150,000 





N 


N 





RICH SQUARE 


1 








1 


3 


3,587 


rr\r\ r\r\C\ 

500,000 








Y 





RIVERSIDE 





2 




7 


2 


3,323 


405,000 








Y 





ROBERTS CHAPEL 








36 


6 


12 


2,214 


475,000 





N 


Y 





ROSS 








69 


10 


1 


2,963 


350,000 








Y 





SANDY RUN 





1 


5 


33 


22 


3,061 


240,000 





N 


Y 





SEABOARD 
























SEVERN 





2 


10 


12 


2 


3,235 


350,000 





N 


Y 


u u 


SI LOAM 





1 


15 


23 


.5 


3,797 


250,000 





N 


Y 


u u 


ST. JOHN'S 





1 


- 


8 


15 


4,002 


200,000 





N 


Y 


u u 


UNION 








10 


10.4 


5.4 


2,896 


377,000 





N 


Y 


n n 


WAKELON 








12 


2 





1,175 


85,000 





N 


Y 





WINTON 





4 


25 


13 


7 


4,100 


525,000 





N 


Y 





WOODLAND 








5 


12 


25 


3,775 


269,500 








Y 





TOTALS 


20 


41 


818 






166,178 


20,490,428 


107,408 






5 


PREVIOUS YEAR TOTALS 


17 


39 


957 








19,357,355 


54,816 






1 8 



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Lottie Moon ottering 


1 
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unteers 


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radio B=bolh 


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8,588 


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214 


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3,434 


1,332 





N 


3 





169 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


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9,740 


5,168 





N 








220 


LR 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


3 


3,326 


684 





N 


12 





61 


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N 


N 


N 


^ 


N 


N 


N 


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N 


N 


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570 


573 





N 


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66 


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27 


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235 





N 


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75 


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120 


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1,680 


1,269 





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126 


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N 


N 


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N 


N 


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7,528 


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N 








175 


N 


N 


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N 


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836 


522 





N 


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30 


N 


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1,119 


670 





N 


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63 


N 


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N 


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N 


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N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


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4 


1,277 


800 





N 


12 





206 


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202 


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219 


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2,890 


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u 


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27 


N 


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N 


N 


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N 


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Y 


2 


1,500 


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N 


5 





20 


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N 


N 


N 


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Y 


N 


Y 


N 


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Y 


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2,604 


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N 








262 


N 


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21 


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N 


4 





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N 


N 


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905 


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2 





28 


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1,651 


306 





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1 





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1,047 


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2 


1,000 


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n 

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4 


u 


bo 


N 


N 


N 


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N 


N 


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N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


8 


1,832 


861 





N 


6 





110 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


3 


228 


175 





N 


1 





30 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


2 


1,646 


1 ,039 





N 


2 





84 


N 


M 

IN 


[\| 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 
N 


Y 




Y 


3 


538 


530 





N 


3 





75 


N 


M 

IN 


N 


M 

IN 


N 


N 


N 


N 




N 


N 


N 




N 


3 


594 


351 





N 


24 





101 


N 


M 
IN 


N 


M 

IN 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 




Y 


10 


1,242 


872 





N 


10 





99 


N 


N 


N 


l\l 

IN 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


M 

IN 


N 


Y 




N 





583 


15 





N 








37 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


5 


3,369 


2,571 





N 


10 





60 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


1 


1,309 


Q 1 7 

y 1/ 


1 


N 


7 





149 


N 


L 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


21 


95,474 


56,666 


2 




326 


2 


5,199 






























68 




59,255 






366 


1 































-96- 



Maps of the 
West Chowan 
Baptist Association 



-97- 



Hertford County; 




-100- 



) 



HERTFORD COUNTY 



18. 


Ahoskie 


19. 


Bethlehem 


20. 


Brantley's Grove 


21. 


Buckhorn 


22. 


Christian Harbor 


23. 


Creech Memorial 


24. 


Earlys 


25. 


Harrellsville 


26. 


Holly Springs 


27. 


Hortons 


28. 


Meherrin 


29. 


Menola 


30. 


Mount Tabor 


31. 


Murfreesboro 


32. 


Oak Grove 


33. 


Pleasant Grove 


34. 


St. John's 


35. 


Union 


36. 


Winton 




-101- 



EDMONDS PRINTING CO. - U\WRENCEVILLE, VA 



1990 Annual 




West Chowan Baptist Association Office 
1010 - 1014 Jersey Street 
Ahoskie, North Carolina 27910 



West Chowan 
Baptist Association 
North Carohna 



Minutes of the 
One Hundred Seventh Annual Session 

West Chowan 
Baptist Association 

THEME: COMMITTED TO SERVE 

held with the 

MEHERRIN BAPTIST CHURCH 
CO-HOST: HOLLY SPRINGS 
October 23, 1990 

and 

KELFORD BAPTIST CHURCH 
CO-HOST: AHOSKIE FIRST 
October 24, 1990 

The 1991 Sessions Will Be Held: 

Spring Session 

MARS HILL BAPTIST CHURCH 

April 30, 1991 
Preacher: Rev. Ronald McSwain 
Alternate: Rev. Steve Conerly 

Fall Session 

CONWAY BAPTIST CHURCH 
October 22, 1991 
Preacher: Rev. Billy Nale 
Alternate: Rev. George Wilmore 

and 

AHOSKIE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, October 23, 1991 
Preacher: Rev. Lawrence Jones 



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Table of Contents 



Associational Directory 1 

1989- 90 Associational Council 1 

Ministers/Wives Fellowship 1 

1990- 1991 Associational Leaders 2 

1990-1991 WMU Leaders 2 

Committee on Committees ( 1 990-9 1 ) 3 

Miscellaneous Directory 6 

Other Ordained Ministers 6 

Executive Promotion Committee 6 

Pastors 8 

Sunday School Directors 9 

Discipleship Training Directors 10 

WMU Directors 11 

Brotherhood Directors 12 

Music Directors 13 

Organists & Pianists 14 

Media Directors 16 

Treasurers 16 

Clerks 18 

Chairmen of Deacons 19 

Constitution 21 

Proceedings of Fifth Annual Spring Meeting 31 

Resolution Report 32 

History of Lewiston Baptist Church 33 

Proceedings of the One Hundred Seventh Annual Fall Session 34 

Resolution Report 37 

History of Meherrin Baptist Church 38 

History of Kelford Baptist Church 40 

Reports 

Financial 42 

Contributions from Churches ■ 45 

1990-91 Budget 45 

Moderator 47 

Director of Missions 48 

Executive Promotion 49 

Missions Development 49 

Discipleship Training 50 

RA 50 

Brotherhood 51 

WMU 51 

Music 52 

Stewardship Development 53 

Pastor/Church Relations 53 

Evangelism 54 

Family & Christian Social Ministries 54 

Building & Grounds 55 



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Nominating Committee 55 

Place & Preacher 56 

Baptist Hospital 57 

Baptist Children's Homes 58 

Baptist Retirement Homes 59 

Baptist Colleges 59 

Baptist Foundation 60 

Christian Action League 61 

Messengers 63 

Memorials 65 

Historical Events 68 

Associational Meetings (next 5 years) 68 

Historical Table 70 

Statistical Information 73 

Associational Maps 95 



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Associational Directory 



West Chowan Baptist Association Office 
1010 - 1014 Jersey Street, Post Office Box 215 
Ahoskie, North Carolina 27910 
Telephone: (919) 332-3235 

Rev. Lonnie R. Armstrong Director of Missions 

Mrs. Jo- Ann Mizelle Secretary 



1989 - 1990 Associational Council 



Moderator Rev. Gerald Riggs, 513 Meherrin Ln., Murfreesboro 27855; 

398-4963 (H) 

Vice-Moderator Mr. Norman E. Godwin, 1312 N. West St., Ahoskie 27910; 

332-2932 (H) 

Clerk Mr. Floyd Barmer, Rt. 2 Box 35 1 , Colerain 27924; 356-2876 (H) 

Treasurer Miss Sally Barber, Rt. 2 Box 22, Ahoskie 27910; 332-2547 (H) 

Sunday School Director Rev. Cameron Currin, Rt. 2 Box 54, Ahoskie 27910; 

332-2200 (H) 

Discipleship Training Director Rev. Billy Nale, Rt. 1 Box 89, Seaboard 27876; 

585-1121 (H) 

WMU Director Mrs. Julia Hughes, P.O. Box 401 , Colerain 27924; 356-4217 (H) 

Brotherhood Director Rev. Elmer Joyner, P.O. Box 37, Gumberry 27838; 

589-5791 (H) 

Music Director Miss Anna Belle Crouch, 41 1 Union St., Murfreesboro 27855; 

398-3530 (H) 

Evangelism Director Rev. Windell Patterson, P.O. Box 128, Pendleton 27862; 

585-1379 (H) 

Stewardship Director Rev. Ronald McSwain, P.O. Box 632, Ahoskie 27910; 

332-2923 

Missions Development Director Mrs. Corene Harris, Rt. 1 Box 193, Pendleton 

27862; 585-1147 (H) 

Pastor/Church Relations Director Rev. Joe McLean, P.O. Box 445, Jackson 

27845; 534-3541 (H) 



Ministers and Wives' Fellowship Group 

Pastors Rev. Ken Bunch, President 

Wives Mrs. Edith Patterson, President 

This fellowship group meets the first Monday of each month at 10:30 a.m. unless it is 
a holday or convention time. Membership fee is $4.00 per year. 



1990 - 1991 Associational Leaders m 

Moderator - Rev. Gerald Riggs 398-4963 (H) 398-4663 (C) ] 

Vice-Moderator - Mr. Norman Earl Godwin 332-2932 (H) 

Clerk - Mr. Floyd Barmer 356-2876 (H) 332-3656 (W) 

Treasurer - Ms. Sally Ann Barber 332-2547 (H) 332-3594 (W) 

Sunday School Director - Mrs. Ruth Miller 332-3883 (H) 332-2894 (W) 

Discipleship Training Director - Rev. Billy Nale 585-1121 W585-1174(C) 

Brotherhood Director - Rev. Elmer Joyner lltllll 

Music Director - Ms. Anna Belle Crouch / .q^ i 

Evangelism Director - Rev. Robbie Best ofo^noa l^l 

Stewardship Development Director - Rev. Ronald McSwam 332-2923 (H) 

Missions Development Director - Rev. Stephen Moore 

Parliamentarian - Mr. Russell Johnson 585-1695 (H) 585-1440 (W) 

R A. Director - Rev. Wint Hale 398-3266 (H) 398-5600 (C 

Youth Director - Mr. Hugh Patterson c^t^c^l IS 

Pastoral Ministries Director - Rev. Joe McLean Itll Ji ml 

WMU Director - Mrs. Doris Riggs ^ol^oco IS 

Family Ministries Director - Rev. Harvey Jackson lltllnQ IS 

Christian Life Director - Rev. Tom Caulkins Ill ,111 

Seminary Extension Director - Rev. Windell Patterson 585-1379 (H) 



WMU Leaders 

WMU Director Mrs. Gerald Riggs (Doris), 5 1 3 Meherrin Ln. , Murfreesboro 

27855;- 398-4963 Meherrin Baptist 

Assistant WMU Director Mrs. Thad Harris (Melinda), 504 S. Main St., Seaboard 

27876; 589-7521 (H) Elam Baptist 

Secretary/Treasurer Mrs. Willie Parrish (Becky), Rt. 1 Box 49, Seaboard 27876; 

585-1806 (H) 534-1631 (W) Galatia Baptist 
BW Director . . Mrs. R.G. Whitley (Sadie), Rt. 1 Box 62, Como 27818; 398-3312 (H) 

Buckhorn Baptist 

Assistant BW Director Mrs. Jennings White (Ann), P.O. Box 147, Conway 27820; 

585-0802 (H) Conway Baptist 

BYW Director Mrs. Floyd Taylor (Mona), Rt. 1 Box 108, Seaboard 27876; 

585-1634 (H) 534-581 1 (W) Galatia Baptist 

Assistant BYW Director Mrs. Mike Mizelle (Carol), Rt. 2 Box 304-C, Colerain 

27924; 794-3323 (H) Askewville Baptist 

Acteens Director Mrs. Andy Wood (Temple), 1312 Cedar Landing Rd., Windsor 

27983; 794-3704 (H) Siloam Baptist 

Assistant Acteens Director Mrs. Robert Whitaker (Carol), Rt. 4 Box 482, 

Williamston 27892; 792-7731 (H) Siloam Baptist 
OA Director . Mrs. Tony White (Martha), Rt. 3 Box 269, Windsor 27983; 

794-2792 (H) 794-3743 (W) Askewville Baptist 

Assistant GA Director Mrs. Dennis Babb (Janice), P.O. Box 103, Potecasi 

27867; 587-8381 (H) Potecasi Baptist 

Missions Friends Director Mrs. Ken Dilday (Cyndy), 207 S. West St. , Ahoskie 

27910; 332-5272 Ahoskie First Baptist 



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Assistant MF Director Mrs. Thomas Barrett (Myra), Rt. 1 Box , Seaboard 

27876; 585-0148 (H) Galatia Baptist 

Mission Action Director Mrs. Howard Doughtie (Genevie), Rt. 1, Winton 27986; 

358-3791 (H) Winton Baptist 

Mission Study Director Mrs. Bill McEntire (Wanda), Rt. 1 Box 39, Aulander 

27805; 345-0834 (H) Pleasant Grove Baptist 

Mission Support Director Mrs. S.T. Wrenn (Mildred), 105 Pecan Dr., 

Murfreesboro 27855; 398-3990 (H) 332-3021 (W) 
Scholarship Mrs. Carolyn Brinkley, Rt. 1 Box 20, Ahoskie 27910; 332-2667 (H) 

Committee on Committees 

COMMITTEE ON PLACE AND PREACHER 

Thomas Ruffin (CHM) Rt. 1 Box 280, Ahoskie 27910; 332-3801 

Bob Rogers P.O. Box 589, Rich Square 27869; 539-2546 

Jean Rogister Rt. 1 Box 19-A, Woodland 27897; 587-9791 

COMMITTEE ON RESOLUTIONS 

Bill McEntire (CHM) Rt. 1 Box 39, Aulander 27805; 345-0834 

Lula Mae Chamblee Rt. 2 Box 1 13, Aulander 27805; 348-2206 

Shelby Stephens P.O. Box 126, Colerain 27924; 356-4685 

COMMITTEE ON ORDER OF BUSINESS 

Norman Godwin (CHM) 1312 N. West St., Ahoskie 27910; 332-2932 

Jack Burnette P.O. Box 502, Severn 27877; 585-1463 

Jo- Ann Mizelle Rt. 2 Box 312, Colerain 27924; 794-4253 

Evelyn Hoggard Rt. 1 Box 98, Cofield 27922; 356-4432 

Evelyn Parker P.O. Box 157, Lewiston 27849; 348-2216 

COMMITTEE ON NOMINATIONS 

Elaine Myers (CHM) 512 S. Curtis St., Ahoskie 27910; 332-2074 

Edna Burkette P.O. Box 153, Woodland 27897; 587-471 1 

Bob Spivey 306 Sutton Dr., Windsor 27983; 794-4092 

Betty J. Baugham P.O. Box 123, Lasker 27848; 539-2470 

William Lawrence 214 Liberty St., Murfreesboro 27855; 398-4230 

Jack Byrd 101 Gray St., Windsor 27983; 794-4282 

Mrs. Herbert Jenkins 503 E. Main St., Aulander 27805; 345-4261 

Ben Sutton 713 Edgewood Dr., Murfreesboro 27855; 398-4841 

James Martin . .P.O. Box 35, Conway 27820; 585-1524 

COMMITTEE ON TRUSTEES 

Henry Miller (CHM) Rt. 1, Murfreesboro 27855; 398-3328 

Jack Williford Rt. 3, Windsor 27983; 794-2712 

Russell Johnson, Jr P.O. Box 7, Conway 27820; 585-1695 

COMMITTEE ON ORDINATION 

Thomas Caulkins (CHM) P.O. Box 124, Murfreesboro 27855; 398-3879 

Wint Hale, Jr Rt. 3 Box 81-C, Ahoskie 27910; 398-3266 

Bill McEntire Rt. 1 Box 39, Aulander 27805; 345-0834 



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COMMITTEE ON HISTORY 

Emer Joyner (CUM) 1993 P.O. Box 37, Gumberry 27838; 589-5791 

Beth White, 1991 P.O. Box 146, Merry Hill 27957 

Mrs. Edward Womble, 1992 134 N. Main St., Rich Square 27869; 539-2291 

Henry Boschen, 1994 P.O. Box 69, Roxobel 27872; 344-7221 

Hargus Taylor, 1995 101 Springlake Dr., Murfreesboro 27855; 398-4762 

COMMITTEE ON MEMORIALS 

Daniel Spell (CHM) Rt. 1 Box 166, Ahoskie 27910; 332-3893 

Mary Rose Lawrence 214 Liberty St., Murfreesboro 27855; 398-4230 

Helen Griffin P.O. Box 472, Woodland 27897; 587-1691 

COMMITTEE ON MEMBERSHIP 

James Hester (CHM), 1995 P.O. Box 160, Conway 27820; 585-1752 

Tom McLean, 1994 Rt. 3 Box 319-L, Windsor 27983; 794-4339 

Don Clinton, 1993 Rt. 1 Box 170, Colerain 27924; 356-4230 

Andy Wood, 1992 1312 Cedar Landing Rd., Windsor 27983; 794-3704 

Harry Ward, 1991 P.O. Box 434, Winton 27986; 358-4771 

BUIDINGS AND GROUNDS COMMITTEE 

Lemar Wheeler (CO-CHM) P.O. Box 444, Woodland 27897; 587-3041 

Harry Ward (CO-CHM) P.O. Box 434, Winton 27986; 358-4771 

Corene Harris Rt. 1 Box 193, Pendleton 27867; 585-1 147 

Nathan Copeland P.O. Box 237, Windsor 27983; 794-4352 

William Lawrence 214 Liberty St., Murfreesboro 27855; 398-4230 

Velma Wiiliford P.O. Box 533, Aulander 27805; 345-4821 

COMMITTEE ON CONSTITUTION 

Dr. Franklin Lowe (CHM) 502 Lakeview Dr., Murfreesboro 27855; 398-4288 

Joseph Blythe Rt. 1, Harrellsville 27942; 356-4660 

Ben I. Mann Pendleton 27862; 585-1201 

COMMITTEE ON LIBRARIES 

Jo-Ann Mizelle (CHM) Rt. 2 Box 312, Colerain 27924; 794-4253 

Lou Wilson Mason P.O. Box 6, Harrellsville 27942; 356-4336 

Hannah Vaughan P.O. Box 367, Woodland 27897; 587-6641 

Jackie Duncan Rt. 2 Box 134-D, Conway 27820; 585-1268 

COMMITTEE ON SEMINARY EXTENSION 

Windell Patterson (CHM), 1993 P.O. Box 128, Pendleton 27862; 585-1379 

Randolph Phillips, 1992 P.O. Box 65, Pendleton 27862; 585-1346 

John S. Virkler, 1991 108 E. High St., Murfreesboro 27855; 398-4396 

COMMITTEE ON STEWARDSHIP DEVELOPMENT 

Ronald McSwain (CHM) P.O. Box 632, Ahoskie 27910; 332-2923 

Dan Graves Rt. 3 Box 81, Windsor 27983; 794-2839 

Nathan Copeland P.O. Box 237, Windsor 27983; 794-4352 

Thomas Hale Rt. 1 Box 458, Aulander 27855; 345-3751 

Sadie Mae Whitley Rt. 1 Box 62, Como 27818; 398-3312 

John M. Jenkins 508 Lakeview Dr., Murfreesboro 27855; 398-3367 

Helen Bazemore Rt. 1, Cofield 27922; 358-4771 

John H. Liverman P.O. Box 439, Woodland 27897; 587-6191 

Mary Virginia Jernigan Rt. 1 Box 41 , Woodland 27897; 539-2890 

Joan Home Rt. 1 Box 91, Pendleton 27862; 585-1518 



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COMMITTEE ON MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT 

Stephen Moore (CHM) P.O. Box 415, Winton 27986; 358-3781 

Elmer Joyner P.O. Box 37, Gumberry 27838; 589-5791 

Genevie Doughtie Rt. 1 Box 66, Winton 27986; 358-3791 

Ruth Miller Rt. 2 Box 68-C, Ahoskie 27910; 332-3883 

Corene Harris Rt. 1 Box 193, Pendleton 27867; 585-1 147 

Andy Wood 1312 Cedar Landing Rd., Windsor 27983; 794-3704 

COMMITTEE ON EVANGELISM 

Robbie Best (CHM) P.O. Box 220, Aulander 27855; 345-0061 

Jack Byrd 101 W. Gray St., Windsor 27983; 794-4282 

Wendell Ray Rt. 2 Box 330, Colerain 27924; 794-3549 

Timothy Coins P.O. Box 326, Harrellsville 27942; 356-4689 

Jackie Brinkley Rt. 3 Box 225-A, Ahoskie 27910; 332-4534 

John Spencer P.O. Box 357, Seaboard 27876; 589-2951 

Ray Craig . P.O. Box 67, Como 27818; 398-3976 

COMMITTEE ON PASTOR/CHURCH RELATIONS 

Joe McLean (CHM) P.O. Box 445, Jackson 27845; 534-3541 

Tommy Tripp Rt. 2 Box 142-A, Colerain 27924; 356-4550 

Warren Cobb Rt. 4 Box 494, Windsor 27983; 794-2787 

Tom Caulkins 500 Lakeview Dr., Murfreesboro 27855; 398-3879 

Julian Robertson 517 N. Pembroke Ave., Ahoskie 27910; 332-3758 

John Spencer P.O. Box 357, Seaboard 27876; 589-2951 

Sylvia Mann Rt. 1, Boykins, VA 23827; (804) 654-6336 

COMMITTEE ON FAMILY AND CHRISTIAN SOCL\L MINISTRIES 

Harvey Jackson (CHM) 202 Belmont St., Windsor 27983; 794-3858 

Ruby White Rt. 2 Box 571 , Windsor 27983; 794-2496 

Vernon Baker Rt. 1 Box 8-B, Ahoskie 27910; 332-4894 

Jane Taylor .P.O. Box 73, Harrellsville 27942; 356-4568 

Darlene Britton Rt. 1, Pendleton 27867; 585-1821 

Jean Burnett P.O. Box 502, Severn 27877; 585-1463 



Miscellaneous Directory 



Other Ordained Ministers 

Ahoskie First Rev. Frank Morris (R), 601 Lakeview Dr., Ahoskie 

Earlys Dr. W.D. Morris (R), Rt. 1, Ahoskie 

Murfreesboro Rev. B. Franklin Lowe (SW), 502 Lakeview Dr., Murfreesboro 

Rev. Bruce Whitaker (R), Quail Hallow Rd., Murfreesboro 
Rev. Phillip Rouce (SW), Rt. 2, Murfreesboro 
Rev. Clifton Collins (SW), Rt. 1, Murfreesboro 
Rev. Charles Paul (SW), 625 Woodland Dr., Murfreesboro 
Rev. John Virkler (SW), 108 E. High St., Murfreesboro 
Dr. Hargus Taylor (SW), 101 Springlake Dr., Murfreesboro 
Dr. Kenneth Craig (SW), 316 E. High St., Murfreesboro 
Rev. Rowland Pruette (R), 108 Dogwood Dr., Murfreesboro 
Dr. Jerry Jackson (SW), 100 Jones Dr., Murfreesboro 
Rev. Bela Udvarnoki (R), 309 Woodridge Dr., Murfreesboro 



Powellsville Rev. Daniel Spell (R), Rt. 1 Box 166, Ahoskie 

Riverside Rev. Donald Clinton (R), Rt. 1 Box 170, Colerain 

Roberts Chapel Rev. Randolph Phillips (R), P.O. Box 65, Pendleton 

Seaboard Rev. P.T. Worrell (R), P.O. Box 336, Seaboard 

Siloam Rev. Arthur Leggett, Rt. 4 Box 888, Windsor 

Rev. Joe Polinski (R), Rt. 3 Box 61-1, Windsor 

Minister of Music & Youth 

Ahoskie First Mr. Don Gober, 421 Pembroke Ave., Ahoskie 

Galatia Mr. Hugh Patterson, Rt. 1 Box 39, Seaboard 



1990 - 1991 Executive Promotion Committee 



Ahoskie First Mrs. Margaret Springfield, 723 West St., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Mr. Albert Vann, Rt. 1 Box 156, Conway 27820 

Askewville Mr. Willie White, Rt. 3 Box 265-A, Windsor 27983 

Aulander .Mr. Thomas P. Hale, Rt. 1 Box 458, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Mr. Keith Hughson, Rt. 2 Box 141, Colerain 27924 

Bethlehem None 

Bethel Mr. Tony Mumford, Rt. 1 Box 83, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Brantley's Grove Mr. Henry Dilday, Rt. 4 Box OL3, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Mrs. R.G. Whitley, Rt. 1 Box 62, Como 27818 

Capeharts Mr. A.G. Evans, Rt. 1, Merry Hill 27983 

Cashie None 

Center Grove Mr. David Brinkley, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 924, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Mr. Malcolm Morris, Rt. 1 Box 85, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Mrs. Julia Hughes, P.O. Box 401, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa Mr. Lindsey Chamblee, Rt. 2 Box 111, Aulander 27805 

Conway Mr. R.H. Johnson, Jr., P.O. Box 1, Conway 27820 



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Creech Memorial Mr. Malcolm Bracy, 302 Cherry St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Mr. Earl Lassiter, Rt. 2 Box 314, Conway 27820 

Earlys Mr. Lawrence Myers, 512 S. Curtis St., Ahoskie 27910 

Elam Mr. Elliott Stephenson, Rt. 1 Box 1 1 , Seaboard 27876 

Elm Grove Mr. Aubrey Mizelle, Rt. 2 Box 282, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mr. Elliott Davis, Rt. 1 Box 59, Seaboard 27876 

Green's Cross .Mr. Howard Asbell, 705 US 17 N., Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville None 

Hebron None 

Holly Grove Mr. Thomas Ruffin, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 280, Ahoskie 27910 

Holly Springs None 

Hortons Mr. Joe E. Phelps, P.O. Box 336, Aulander 27805 

Jackson Mr. L.R. Biggerstaff, Box 186, Jackson 27845 

Mr. W.J. Little, Rt. 1 Box 183, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Mrs. Julia Cahoon, P.O. Box 66, Kelford 27847 

Lasker No Report 

Lawrence Mr. W.G. Sallenger, 1 121 Cooper Hill Rd., Windsor 27983 

Lewiston None 

Margarettsville None 

Mars Hill None 

Meherrin Mrs. Helen Vinson, P.O. Box 442, Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Mrs. Ernestine Northcott, Rt. 1, Woodland 27897 

Merry Hill Mr. Bert Willis, Jr., P.O. Box 145, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Carmel Mrs. Betty Lassiter, P.O. Box 534, Jackson 27845 

Mt. Tabor None 

Murfreesboro Mr. B. Franklin Low, 502 Lakeview Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove None 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Donald Jernigan, Rt. 1 Box 41, Woodland 27897 

Potecasi None 

Powellsville Mr. Gerald Waters, P.O. Box 146, Powellsville 27967 

Republican Mr. Elbert Moore, 202 Cale St., Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Mr. H.M. Tyler, P.O. Box 646, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Mrs. Rhodes Pratt, Rt. 1 Box 177, Merry Hill 27957 

Roberts Chapel No Report 

Ross None 

Sandy Run Mr. Bennie J. Reynolds, P.O. Box 174, Merry Hill 27957 

Seaboard Mr. Southgate Britt, Rt. 1 Box 193, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Mr. Frank L. Ferguson, P.O. Box 151, Severn 27877 

Siloam None 

St. John None 

Union Mr. William Charles, Rt. 2, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Mr. Bobby Belch, Rt. 2 Box 65, Colerain 27924 

Winton Mr. Harry Ward, P.O. Box 434, Winton 27986 

Woodland Miss Roberta Outland, P.O. Box 445, Woodland 27897 



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Pastors 



Ahoskie First None 

Ashley's Grove None 

Askewville Rev. Freddie Harris, Rt. 3 Box 225, Askewville 27983 

Aulander Rev. Robbie Best, P.O. Box 220, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Rev. Tommy Tripp, Rt. 2 Box 142A, Colerain 27924 

Bethlehem Rev. Phil McCall, Rt. 4 Box 357, Ahoskie 27910 

Bethel Rev. William Nelson, Rt. 1 Box 90, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Brantley's Grove Rev. James C. Word, Rt. 3 Box , Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Rev. Ray H. Craig, P.O. Box 67, Como 27818 

Capeharts Rev. Lawrence Jones, Rt. 1 Box 276, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Rev. Jack Byrd, 101 Gray St., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Rev. Herman Hicks, Rt. 1 Box 62F, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Rev. Timothy Coins, P.O. Box 326, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Rev. Shelby Stephens, P.O. Box 126, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa None 

Conway Rev. James Hester, P.O. Box 160, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Rev. Thomas E. Lamm, 502 Lloyd St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Rev. Paul R. Traywick, Rt. 2 Box 265, Conway 27820 

Earlys Rev. Ronald McSwain, P.O. Box 632, Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood No Report 

Elam Rev. Elmer Joyner, P.O. Box 37, Gumberry 27838 

Elm Grove Rev. Windell Ray, Rt. 2 Box 330, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Rev. Billy E. Nale, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 89, Seaboard 27876 

Green's Cross Rev. Kenneth Bunch, 303 US 17 N., Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Dr. James A. Thomas, P.O. Box 5, Harrellsville 27942 

Hebron Rev. Nickey Martin, P.O. Box 265, Conway 27802 

Holly Grove Rev. Edwin Dacus, 919 W. Richard St., Ahoskie 27910 

Holly Springs Rev. Henry C. Boschen, P.O. Box 69, Roxobel 27872 

Hortons None 

Jackson Rev. Joe McLean, P.O. Box 445, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Rev. Russell Rhodes, P.O. Box 36, Kelford 27847 

Lasker No Report 

Lawrence None 

Lewiston First Rev. Steve Conerly, P.O. Box 838, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Margarettsville Rev. Lavern Griffin, Rt. 2 Box 692, Louisburg 27549 

Mars Hill Rev. George Wilmore, Rt. 1 Box 334, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Rev. Gerald Riggs, 513 Meherrin Ln., Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Rev Herman Hicks, Rt. 1 Box 62F, Ahoskie 27910 

Merry Hill None 

Mt. Carmel Rev. Jack P. Morgan, Rt. 1 Box 219, Corapeake 27926 

Mt. Tabor Rev. Wint Hale, Rt. 1 Box 81C, Ahoskie 27910 

Murfreesboro Rev. Thomas Caulkins, 500 Lakeview Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Rev. Bob Skeens, Rt. 2 Box 31 IC, Gates 27937 

Pleasant Grove Rev. Bill McEntire, Rt. 1 Box 39, Aulander 27805 

Potecasi None 

Powellsville None 

Republican Rev. Harvey Jackson, 202 Belmont St., Windsor 27983 



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Rich Square Rev. Bob Rogers, P.O. Box 589, Rich Square 27860 

Riverside Rev. Charles Hulin, Rt. 1 Box 144, Colerain 27924 

Roberts Chapel No Report 

Ross Rev. Thomas McLean, Rt. 3 Box 319L, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run None 

Seaboard Rev. John Spencer, P.O. Box 357, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Rev. Jack R. Burnette, P.O. Box 502, Severn 27877 

Siloam Rev. Andy Wood, 1312 Cedar Landing Rd., Windsor 27983 

St. John Rev. John Eure, Rt. 2 Box 104, Ahoskie 27910 

Union None 

Wakelon Rev. Francis Cordrey, 919 Richard St., Ahoskie 27910 

Winton Rev. Stephen Moore, P.O. Box 415, Winton 27986 

Woodland Rev. J. Lemar Wheeler, P.O. Box 444, Woodland 27897 

Sunday School Directors 

Ahoskie First Mr. Vernon Baker, Rt. 1 Box 8B, Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Mr. George T. Vann, P.O. Box 157, Conway 27820 

Askewville Mr. T.J. Jernigan, Rt. 3 Box 228, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Mr. Howard Holloman, P.O. Box 398, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Mr. Mark Daniels, Rt. 2 Box 1 19, Colerain 27924 

Bethlehem Mr. Robert Bazemore, Rt. 1, Colfield 27922 

Bethel Mr. Tommy Massey, Rt. 1 Box 83C, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Brantley's Grove Mr. Wayne Vinson, Rt. 3 Box 194J, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Mr. Oscar Spruill, Rt. Box 61 A, Como 27818 

Capeharts Mr. Charles Evans, Rt. Box 264A, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie .Mr. Billy J. Griffin, 1005 Stokes Ave., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Mr. Robert Brantley, Rt. Box 62B, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Mr. Graham Pearce, Rt. Box 74, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Mr. Jim Edwards, P.O. Box 94, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa Mr. Lindsey Chamblee, Rt. 2 Box 111, Aulander 27805 

Conway Mr. Johnny Reynolds, Rt. 1 Box 60, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Mr. Edgar Lovers, Rt. 1 Box 103, Cofield 27922 

Creeksville Mr. Edward Lanier, Rt. 2 Box 261, Conway 27820 

Earlys Mr. Robert Brinkley, Rt. 1 Box 20, Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood No Report 

Elam Mr. Leon Dickens, Rt. 1 Box 259, Garysburg 27831 

Elm Grove Mr. Fentress Mizelle, Rt. 2 Box 338, Colerain 27910 

Galatia Mr. W.N. Taylor, Rt. 1 Box 58A, Seaboard 27876 

Green's Cross Mr. Al Jernigan, 149 US 17 N., Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Mr. Jimmy Cotton, Rt. 1 Box 1 1 1 A, Colfield 27922 

Hebron None 

Holly Grove Mr. Jessie Robertson, Rt. 3 Box 199B, Ahoskie 27910 

Holly Springs Mr. Curtis Eure, Rt. 3 Box 12R, Ahoskie 27910 

Hortons Mr. Joe E. Phelps, P.O. Box 336 House #112, Aulander 27805 

Jackson Mr. W.G. Spivey, P.O. Box 507, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Mr. Marion Vick, P.O. Box 128, Kelford 27847 

Lasker No Report 



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Lawrence Mr. James White, 510 Cooper Hill Rd., Windsor 27983 

Lewiston First Mr. Alvin Wadsworth, P.O. Box 15, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Margaretsville Mr. J.M. Vick, P.O. Box 42, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Mr. Glenn Davidson, Rt. 1 Box 385, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Mr. Vernon Joyner, Rt. 1 Box 420, Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Mr. David Brinkley, Rt. 1, Woodland 27897 

Merry Hill Mr. Bert Willis, Jr., P.O. Box 45, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Carmel Mrs. Judith Barnes, Rt. 1 Box 146, Seaboard 27876 

Mt. Tabor Mr. Gilbert Tinkham, Rt. 3, Ahoskie 27910 

Murfreesboro . .Mr. C.L. Revelle III, Holly Hill Rd., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Mr. John Williams, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Leroy Morris, P.O. Box 344, Aulander 27805 

Potecasi Mr. Stanley Vaughan, P.O. Box 97, Potecasi 27867 

Powellsville Mr. William Askew, Rt. 1 Box 153, Ahoskie 27910 

Republican , Mr. Edwin Parker, Wayland St., Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Mrs. Cindy Moore, P.O. Box 838, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Mr. Darrell Adams, Rt. 1 Box 231, Merry Hill 27957 

Roberts Chapel No Report 

Ross Mr. Tommy Johnson, Rt. 2 Box 329, Colerain 27924 

Sandy Run Mr. George Bishop, P.O. Box 12, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard Mr. W.C. Cox, P.O. Box , Seaboard 27876 

Severn Mr. J.W. Barkley, P.O. Box 168, Severn 27877 

Siloam Mr. William Coburn, Rt. 1 Box 350A, Windsor 27983 

St. John Mr. Ray Burkett, Rt. 2, Ahoskie 27910 

Union Mr. William Charles, Rt. 2, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Mr. Paul Williams, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Winton Mr. Allston Askew, P.O. Box A, Winton 27986 

Woodland Mrs. Jean O. Rogister, Rt. 1 Box 19-A, Woodland 27897 

Discipleship Training Directors 

Askewville Mrs. Kathy E. Cobb, Rt. 3 Box 23gc, Windsor 27983 

Bethel Mrs. Reba Mayle, Rt. 1 Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Cashie Mrs. Joan Leggett, 101 E. Camden St., Windsor 27983 

Creech Memorial Mr. Malcolm Bracey, 302 Cherry St., Ahoskie 27910 

Elm Grove Mr. Aubrey Mizelle, Rt. 2 Box 282, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mr. Joey Rose, Rt. 1 Box 142, Pendleton 27862 

Green's Cross Mrs. Mary Castelloe, 308 US 17 N., Windsor 27983 

Holly Springs H.C. Boschen, P.O. Box 69, Roxobel 27872 

Meherrin Mr. Ed Courtright, 386 Franklin Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Ross Mr. Ray Kornegay, Rt. 3 Box 406-H, Windsor 27983 

Siloam Mr. A.L. Leggett, Rt. 4, Windsor 27983 

Union Mr. Randy Miller, Rt. 2, Ahoskie 27910 

Winton Mr. Otis Wall, P.O. Box 92, Winton 27986 



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Woman's Missionary Union Directors 



Ahoskie First Mrs. Gloria Freeman, Rt. 2 Box 1755, Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Mrs. Louise Futrell, Rt. 2, Murfreesboro 27855 

Askewville Mrs. Brenda M. White, Rt. 3 Box 289C, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Mrs. Cleo Tinkham, P.O. Box 171, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Mrs. Sue Tripp, Rt. 2 Box 142A, Colerain 27924 

Bethlehem None 

Bethel Mrs. Reba Mayle, Rt. 1 Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Brantley's Grove Mrs. Kenneth Hall, Rt. 2 Box 224W, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Mrs. R.G. Whitley, Rt. 1 Box 62, Como 27818 

Capeharts Mrs. Ruth Evans, Rt. 1, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Mrs. Virginia Hardison, 106 East Pitt St., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Mrs. Barbara Matthews, Rt. 1 Box 62B, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Mrs. Maggie Pearl Lowe, Rt. 1 Box 42, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Mrs. Jim Edwards, P.O. Box 94, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa Mrs. Lula Chamblee, Rt. 2 Box 113, Aulander 27805 

Conway Mrs. Kelly Vann, Rt. 2 Box 132, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Donna Lowers, Rt. 1 Box 103, Co field 27822 

Creeksville Mrs. L.B. Burgess, Rt. 2 Box 408, Conway 27820 

Earlys Mrs. Lawrence Myers, 512 S. Curtis St., Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood No Report 

Elam Mrs. Catherine Painter, Rt. 1 Box 269, Garysburg 27831 

Elm Grove Mrs. Louise Jernigan, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mrs. Willie Parrish, Rt. 1 Box 49, Seaboard 27876 

Green's Cross Mrs. Mary Jane Asbell, 609 US 17 N., Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville None 

Hebron None 

Holly Grove Mrs. Cecil Narron, Rt. 1 Box 244A, Ahoskie 27910 

Holly Springs Evelyn Hull, King St. P.O. Box X, Winton 27986 

Hortons None 

Jackson Mrs. William Barrow, Rt. 1 Box 447, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Mrs. Julia Johnston, P.O. Box 27, Kelford 27847 

Lasker No Report 

Lawrence Mrs. Linda Harden, 745 Cooper Rd., Windsor 27983 

Lewiston First Evelyn Parker, P.O. Box 157, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Margarettsville Shirley Vaughan, P.O. Box 96, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Mrs. Vicki Davidson, Rt. 1 Box 385, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Mrs. Deborah Lane, Rt. 1 Box 130D, Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Mrs. Margaret L. Brown, Rt. 1 Box 254, Woodland 27897 

Merry Hill Millie Bunch, Rt. 2, Windsor 27983 

Mt. Carmel Mrs. Judith Barnes, Rt. 1 Box 46, Seaboard 27876 

Mt. Tabor Ann Holloman, Rt. 1 Box 288, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro Mrs. Shirley Pike, Union St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Mrs. Macy Miller, Rt. 1 , Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Donald Jernigan, Rt. 1 Box 41 , Woodland 27897 

Potecasi Betty Dunn, Milwaukee 27854 

Powellsville Mrs. Oma D. Askew, Rt. 1 Box 153, Ahoskie 27910 

Republican None 

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Rich Square None 

Riverside Mrs. Eva Miller, Rt. 1 Box 207, Merry Mill 27957 

Robert's Chapel No Report 

Ross Mrs. Lee Ann Hoggard, Rt. 3 Box 325, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run Mrs. Pauline Johnson, P.O. Box 67, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard Mrs. Calvin Maddrey, P.O. Box 272, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Mrs. Lucille Taylor, P.O. Box 186, Severn 27877 

Siloam Mrs. Tempie Wood, 1312 Cedar Land Rd., Windsor 27983 

St. John Vivian Andrews, Rt. 3, Ahoskie 27910 

Union Ruth Miller, Rt. 2, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon None 

Winton Mrs. Charles Edwards, P.O. Box 175, Winton 27986 

Woodland Mrs. Nancy S. Timberlake, P.O. Box 280, Woodland 27897 

Brotherhood Directors 

Ahoskie First Mr. Vernon Baker, Rt. 1, Ahoskie 27910 

Askewville Mr. William R. White, Rt. 3 Box 191, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Mr. John Hawkins, P.O. Box 585, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Mr. Keith Hughson, Rt. 2 Box 141, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Mr. Fenton Mayle, Rt. 1 Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Brantley's Grove Mr. Ezra M. Vann, Sr., Rt. 3 Box 39, Ahoskie 27910 

Cashie Mr. W.E. White, 408 Confederate Ln., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Mr. Johnny Overton, Rt. 1 Box 63, Ahoskie 27910 

Colerain Mr. Leroy Earless, P.O. Box 111, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa Mr. Henry Spruill, P.O. Box 275, Aulander 27805 

Creech Memorial Mr. Mark Johnson, Rt. 1, Harrellsville 27942 

Creeksville Mr. Jesse Hall, Rt. 2 Box 409, Conway 27820 

Elam Mr. Z.L. Davenport, P.O. Box 85, Gumberry 27838 

Elm Grove Mr. Lanny Hoggard, Rt. 2, Windsor 27983 

Galatia Mr. J.R. Hasty, Rt. 1 Box53-C, Seaboard 27876 

Green's Cross Mr. Reginald Asbell, 609 US 17 N., Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Mr. Jimmy Cotton (RA), Rt. 1 Box 1 1 1 A, Cofield 27922 

Lawrence Mr. W.G. Sallenger, 1 121 Cooper Hill Rd., Windsor 27983 

Lewiston First Mr. C.H. Edwards, P.O. Box 295, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Mars Hill Mr. Johnny Bryum, Rt. 1 Box 206, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Mr. Henry Miller, Rt. 1 Box 41 1, Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Rev. Hermon Hicks, Rt. 1, Ahoskie 27910 

Merry Hill Peggy Castelloe, Rt. 2 Box 274, Windsor 27983 

Mt. Tabor Mr. Francis Holloman, Rt. 1 Box 288, Murfreesboro 27855 

Pleasant Grove Mr. Jerry Baker, Rt. 1 Box 47A, Kelford 27847 

Potecasi Mr. Bennie Dunn, Milwaukee 27854 

Rich Square Mr. H.M. Tyler, P.O. Box 646, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Mr. & Mrs. Ray Adams (RA • GA), Rt. 1 Box 225, Merry Hill 27957 

Ross Mr. Ray Kornegay, Rt. 3 Box 406H, Windsor 27983 

Seaboard Mr. C.C. Howell, P.O. Box 399, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Mr. David Helms, P.O. Box 902, Severn 27877 

Siloam Mr. A.L. Leggett, Rt. 4, Windsor 27983 

St. John Mr. Melvin Shores, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 



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Union Mr. J.E. Benton, Rt. 2, Ahoskie 27910 

Winton Mr. W.W. Felton, P.O. Box 66, Winton 27986 

Woodland Mr. J.H. Liverman, P.O. Box 439, Woodland 27897 

Music Directors 

Ahoskie First Mr. Wm. Don Gober, 421 S. Pembroke, Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Trudy Gibson, Rt. 2, Murfreesboro 27855 

Askewville Mrs. Amy Hoggard, Rt. 3 Box 225C, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Mrs. Sylvia Vaughan, Rt. 1 Box 234D, Murfreesboro 27855 

Bethany Mr. Wayne Lee, Rt. 2 Box 167, Colerain 27924 

Bethlehem None 

Bethel Linda D. Evans, Rt. 1 Box 75E, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Brantley's Grove Mr. Glen Brickhouse, Rt. 3 Box 190B, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Mrs. William G. Lawrence, 214 Liberty St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Capeharts Mrs. Ruth Evans, Rt. 1 Box 276, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Mrs. Joseph Spruill, Rt. 1 Box 542, Aulander 27805 

Center Grove Mr. Otis C. Payne, 421 S. Rhue St., Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor None 

Colerain Mrs. Don Craft, 516 N. Pembroke, Ahoskie 27910 

Connaritsa None 

Conway Mrs. Bobby Cox, P.O. Box 248, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Mr. Billy Woodard, Rt. 1 Box 8X, Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Mr. Bahnson Bryant, P.O. Box 202, Jackson 27845 

Earlys Mrs. Lawrence Myers, 512 S. Curtis St., Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood No Report 

Elam Mr. Leon Dickens, Rt. 1 Box 259, Garysburg 2783 1 

Elm Grove Mr. Aubrey Mizelle, Rt. 2 Box 282, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mr. Hugh Patterson, Rt. 1 Box 39, Seaboard 27876 

Green's Cross Miss Wanda Lawrence, 314 Belmont St., Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Mrs. Francis Liverman, Rt. 1 Box lOOA, Cofield 27922 

Hebron None 

Holly Grove Mr. Thomas Ruff in, Rt. 1 Box 280, Ahoskie 27910 

Holly Springs Mary A. Eure, Rt. 3 Box 12A, Ahoskie 27910 

Hortons None 

Jackson Mrs. Joe D. McLean, P.O. Box 445, Jackson 27845 

Kelford None 

Lawrence Mrs. Jane Cobb, 1649 Woodard Rd., Windsor 27983 

Lasker No Report 

Lewiston Mr. R.E. Williford, P.O. Box 100, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Margarettsville None 

Mars Hill Mrs. Peggy Jones, Rt. 1 Box 105, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Mr. Robert Mulder, P.O. Box 595, Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Mrs. Edna Burkett, P.O. Box 153, Woodland 27897 

Merry Hill Mrs. Carolyn Smithson, NC 45 S., Windsor 27983 

Mt. Carmel None 

Mt. Tabor Mrs. Ann Holloman, Rt. 1 Box 288, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro Mr. James M. Chamblee, Dogwood Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 



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Oak Grove Mr. Robert Rawls, Rt. 1 , Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Mr. Ricky Perry, Rt. 1 Box 272A, Woodland 27897 

Potecasi Peggy Vaughan, P.O. Box 97, Potecasi 27867 

Powellsville Mrs. Catherine Watkins, P.O. Box 85, Powellsville 27967 

Republican Mrs. Grady Leary, Republican Rd., Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Mrs. Vera Outland, P.O. Box 410, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Mrs. Lauria Hulin, Rt. 1 Box 144, Merry Hill 27957 

Robert ' s Chapel Report 

Ross Mr. Joseph R. Huggard, Rt. 3 Box 328, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run Mrs. Willie Lou Bishop, P.O. Box 12, Roxobel 27822 

Seaboard Rev. John Spencer, P.O. Box 357, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Mrs. R.P. Watson, P.O. Box 15, Severn 27877 

Siioam Mr. Louis Speller, 106 E. Pine St. , Williamston 27892 

St. John None 

None 

Wakdon . Mrs. Sybil Perry, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

XVinton Mrs. Fred Jones, P.O. Box 127, Winton 27986 

Woodland Mrs. Diane M. Clark, P.O. Box 1 12, Woodland 27897 



Organist and Pianist 

Ahoskie First Organist - Mr. Billy Raynor 

Pianist - Mrs. Regina Gober 

Ashley's Grove Organist - Vera Futrell 

Pianist - Janice Parker 

Askewville Pi^^i^t - Mrs. Kay Brantley 

Aulander • • • Organist - Mrs. Sylvia Vaughan 

Bethany .V.V." V.V Pianist -Mrs. Rodney Lee 

Bethlehem P^^^ist - Miss Viola Perry 

gg^j^gj Organist - Linda D. Meadows 

Pianist - Harold L. Massey 

Brantley's Grove Organist - Mrs. James C. Ward 

Pianist - Mrs. June H. White 

Buckhorn Organist - Mrs^ H.K. Taylor 

Pianist - Same 

Capeharts Organist - Mrs. Sue Doris White 

Pianist - Mrs. Lovey White 

q^^\^[q Organist - Mrs. Thomas A. Brooks 

Pianist - Miss Laura Harrell 

Center Grove Organist - Mrs. A. S. Godwin 

Pianist - Mrs. Linda Hicks 

Christian Harber Pianist - Mrs. Kate Griffin 

Colerain Orgamst - Mrs. Don Craft 

Connaritsa Organist - Mrs. Jane Baker 

Pianist - Mrs. Carolyn Fornes 

Conway Organist - Mrs. Bobby Taylor 

Pianist - Mrs. Melvin Woodard 



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Creech Memorial Organist - Nan Johnson 

Pianist - Sonja Woodard 

Creeksville Pianist - Mrs. Judy Sumner 

Earlys Organist - Mrs. Billy Jernigan 

Pianist - Mrs. Clifton Hurst 

Elam Organist - Mr. Joey Davis 

Pianist - Mrs. Brenda Dickens 

Elm Grove Organist - Mrs. Connie Mizelle 

Pianist - Mrs. Rita Dawson 

Galatia Organist - Mr. Elliott Davis 

Pianist - Mrs. John Glover 

Green's Cross Organist - Mrs. Yvonne Williams 

Pianist - Miss Wanda Lawrence 

Harrellsville Organist - Mrs. Mary Lou Sullivan 

Pianist - Mrs. Rhonda C. Cotton 

Holly Grove , Organist - Mrs. Thomas Ruffin, Jr. 

Pianist - Mrs. Katrina Dunlow 

Holly Springs Pianist - Mary Eure 

Hortons Organist - Mrs. Joe E. Phelps 

Pianist - Mrs. Dennis Bazemore 

Jackson Organist - Mrs. Joe D. McLean 

Pianist - Mrs. B.H. Harrell 

Kelford Organist - Mrs. Effie Vick 

Pianist - Mr. Sonny Browne 

Lawrence Pianist - Ms. Delanie Smith wick 

Lewiston Organist - Mrs. Ruth Williford 

Pianist - Mrs. Diane Harrington 

Margarettsville Pianist - Mildred Glover 

Mars Hill Organist - Mrs. Carrie D. Brown 

Meherrin Organist - Mrs. Joyce Miller 

Pianist - Mrs. Betty Colson 

Menola Pianist - Mrs. Evelyn Jones 

Merry Hill Organist - Carolyn Smithwick 

Pianist - Virginia Barfield 

Mt. Carmel Pianist - Mrs. Edith Drewette 

Mt. Tabor Organist - Sue Godwin 

Pianist - Same 

Murfreesboro Organist - Mrs. Libby Tilson 

Oak Grove Pianist - Mr. Robert Rawls 

Potecasi Pianist - Mrs. Ricky Perry 

Powellsville Organist - Mrs. Julia Godwin 

Pianist - Mrs. Melody Futrell 

Republican Pianist - Mrs. Rebecca Lilley 

Rich Square Organist - Mrs. Vera Outland 

Pianist - Mr. Winston Hollingsworth 

Riverside Organist - Miss Lynette Finch 

Pianist - Mrs. Laurie Hulin 

Ross Organist - Mrs. Linda J. Harrell 

Pianist - Mrs. Betsy Kornegay 



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Sandy Run Organist - Mr. Bennie J. Reynolds 

Pianist - Mrs. Willie Lou Bishop 

Seaboard Organist - Mrs. Elizabeth Harris 

Pianist - Mrs. John Spencer 

Severn Organist - Mrs. R.P. Watson 

Pianist - Mrs. Paige Williams 

Siloam Pianist - Mrs. Wanda Speller 

St. John Organist - Josephine Askew 

Pianist - Myrtie Britton 

Union Organist - Bonnie Blow 

Pianist - Ellen Sumner 

Wakelon Pianist - Tracy Belch 

Winton Organist - Mrs. R.A. Newsome, Jr. 

Pianist - Mrs. Clayton Piland 
Woodland Organist - Mrs. Diane M. Clark 

Media Library Directors 

Ahoskie First Mrs. Lou Wilson, 810 W. Main St., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Mrs. Vera Futrell, Rt. 1 Box 206, Conway 27820 

Askewville Mrs. Jenny C. Terry, Rt. 3 Box 251 1/2, Windsor 27983 

Cashie Mrs. Warren Cobb, Rt. 4 Box 494, Windsor 27983 

Christian Harbor Mrs. Nellie Holloman, Rt. 1 Box 92, Harrellsville 27942 

Conway Mrs. Lee J. Duncan, Rt. 2 Box 134D, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Lillian Horton, 402 E. Mem. Dr., Ahoskie 27910 

Green's Cross Mrs. Allie Mizelle, 438 US 17 N., Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Mrs. Lou Mason, P.O. Box 6, Harrellsville 27942 

Holly Springs Evelyn Hull, P.O. Box X, Winton 27986 

Meherrin Mrs. Erlene Davis, Rt. 1 Box 100, Pendleton 27862 

Mt. Tabor Elizabeth Futrell, 310 Sewell St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Ross Mrs. Ruth Basham, Rt. 3 Box 367, Winsor 27983 

Severn Mrs. R.W. Britt, P.O. Box 173, Severn 27877 

Woodfand Mrs. Hannah Vaughan, P.O. Box 367, Woodland 27897 

Church Treasurers 

Ahoskie First Miss Ann Hill, Rt. 2 Box 22, Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Sarah Askew, Rt. 2 Box 67, Murfreesboro 27855 

Askewville Mrs. Bennie White, Rt. 3 Box 289D, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Mr. Tommy Hale, P.O. Box 545, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Mrs. Kaye Hughson, Rt. 2 Box 141 , Colerain 27924 

Bethlehem Miss Helen Bazemore, Rt. 1, Cofield 27922 

Bethel P.L. Daniel, Rt. 1 Box 81 , Pleasant Hill 27866 

Brantley's Grove Miss Viola Dilday, Rt. 2 Box 257, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Mr. Philip Howell, Rt. 1 Box 104, Como 27818 

Capeharts Mrs. Lois Hughes, 142 Morris Cir., Edenton 27932 

Cashie Miss Katherine Gilliam, 912 N. King St., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Mr. David Brinkley, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 92, Ahoskie 27910 



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Christian Harbor Mrs. Jane Taylor, P.O. Box 73, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Mrs. Eloise Perry, P.O. Box 15, Colerain 27924 

I Connaritsa Mr. Herman Morris, Rt. 1 Box 475, Aulander 27805 

Conway Mrs. Lee J. Duncan, Rt. 2 Box 134D, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Mr. Douglas Lowe, 925 West St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Mrs. L.B. Burgess, Rt. 2 Box 408, Conway 27820 

Earlys Mr. Robert Brinkley, Rt. 1 Box 20, Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood No Report 

Elam Mr. Willie Stephenson, P.O. Box 12, Seaboard 27876 

Elm Grove Mrs. Louise Jernigan, Rt. 2 Box 336, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mr. Billy Britton, Rt. 1 Box 173, Pendleton 27862 

Green's Cross Mrs. Margaret Mizelle, 1004 Taylor St., Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Mr. Jimmy Mason, Rt. 1 Box 10, Harrellsville 27942 

Hebron Mrs. Walter Miles, P.O. Box 251, Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove Mrs. Eugene Simons, P.O. Box 232, Powellsville 27967 

Holly Springs Ms. Betty Eure, Rt. 3 Box 12R, Ahoskie 27910 

Hortons Mrs. Dennis Bazemore, 804 S. King St., Windsor 27983 

Jackson Mrs. J.R. Duke, P.O. Box 185, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Mrs. Effie Vick, P.O. Box 128, Kelford 27847 

Lasker No Report 

Lawrence Mr. Vernon Cobb, 1649 Woodard Rd., Windsor 27983 

Lewiston First Mr. C.H. Edwards, P.O. Box 295, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Margarettsville .Jack Harlan, Rt. 1 Box 1, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Mrs. Margaret Davidson, Rt. 1 Box 343, Colerain 27910 

Meherrin Mr. Cecil Liverman, 315 W. High St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Miss Sally Ann Barber, Rt. 2 Box 22, Ahoskie 27910 

Merry Hill Mr. Roy Pierce, 250 Peterson Ch. Rd., Windsor 27983 

Mt. Carmel Mrs. Evelyn Stephenson, Rt. 1, Jackson 27845 

Mt. Tabor Francis Holloman, Rt. 1 Box 288, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro Clifton Collins, RED, Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Mrs. Margaret Rawls, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Jim Liverman, Rt. 1 Box 2, Aulander 27805 

Potecasi Peggy Vaughan, P.O. Box 97, Potecasi 27867 

Powellsville Mrs. Donna Taylor, Rt. 1 Box 5 1 , Ahoskie 27910 

Republican Mr. Reddick White, Jr., 301 Sterlingworth, Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Mrs. Sarah Ivey, P.O. Box 226, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Mr. & Mrs. Raleigh Baker, Rt. 1 Box 147A, Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel No Report 

Ross Mr. Basil Hoggard, Rt. 3 Box 131-A, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run Mrs. Martha McLawhorn, P.O. Box 66, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard Mrs. Doug Burgsteiner, Rt. Box 232A, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Mr. Garland Barnes, P.O. Box 25, Severn 27877 

Siloam Mrs. Connie Coburn, Rt. 1 Box 350A, Windsor 27983 

St. John Carolyn Harrell, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Union Shirley Brown, Rt. 2, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Mrs. Agnes Belch, Rt. 2 Box 65, Colerain 27924 

Winton Gloria J. Thum, P.O. Box 462, Winton 27986 

Woodland Mr. John G. Outland, P.O. Box 445, Woodland 27897 



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Church Clerks 



Ahoskie First Mrs. Doris Wiggins, 318 Ruth Ave., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove .Mamie B. Lassiter, Rt. 1, Murfreesboro 27855 

Askewville Mr. Dancy G. White, Rt. 3 Box 192, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Mr. T.H. Griffith, P.O. Box 81 , Aulander 27805 

Bethany Mrs. Carolyn W. Lawrence, Rt. 2 Box 194, Colerain 27924 

Bethlehem Mrs. Judy Perry, Rt. 1 Box 94D, Cofield 27922 

Bethel Mr. Harold L. Massey, P.O. Box 206, Jackson 27845 

Brantley's Grove Mrs. Ernestine B. Vana, Rt. 3 Box 39, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Mr. William G. Lawrence, 214 Liberty St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Capeharts Mrs. Deborah Daniel, Rt. 3 Box 366, Windsor 27983 

Cashie Mrs. Ulrich Mizelle, P.O. Box 174, Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Mr. Otis C. Payne, 421 S. Rhue St., Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Mrs. Jean White, Rt. 1 Box 23X, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Mrs. Linda Northcott, P.O. Box 236, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa Mrs. Hazel H. Francis, Rt. 2 Box 1 14, Aulander 27805 

Conway Mrs. Lee J. Duncan, Rt. 2 Box 134D, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Mrs. Kaye W. Lowe, 925 W. St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Mrs. Michael T. Lassiter, Rt. 2 Box 348, Conway 27820 

Earlys Mrs. Robert Brinkley, Rt. 1 Box 20, Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood No Report 

Elam Mr. Thad Harris, P.O. Box 32, Seaboard 27876 

Elm Grove Mr. Floyd Barmer, Rt. 2 Box 35 1 , Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mrs. Henry Britton, Rt. 1 Box 174, Seaboard 27876 

Green's Cross Mrs. Lillian Harden, 1020 US 17 N., Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Mr. Jimmy Cotton, Rt. 1 Box 111-A, Cofield 27942 

Hebron .Mrs. P.M. Miles, P.O. Box 91, Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove Miss Willie B. Bazemore, Rt. 1 Box 248, Ahoskie 27910 

Holly Springs Evelyn Hoggard, Rt. 1 Box 98, Cofield 27922 

Hortons Mrs. Charlie S. Powell, Rt. 2 Box 45, Aulander 27805 

Jackson Mrs. T.A. Stephenson, P.O. Box 115, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Mrs. Becky Parker, P.O. Box 86, Kelford 27847 

Lasker No Report | 

Lawrence Mr. Michael Edwards, 1931 Cooper Hill Rd., Windsor 27983 | 

Lewiston First Mr. Ken Craft, P.O. Box 336, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 *: 

Margarettsville Shirley Vaughan, P.O. Box 96, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Mrs. Peggy Jones, Rt. 1 Box 105, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Mrs. Myra D. Northcott, Rt. 2 Box 133, Ahoskie 27910 

Menola Mrs. Kate Barber, Rt. 1 Box 246, Woodland 27897 . 

Merry Hill Jean Cobb, Rt. 1 Box 49A, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Carmel Mrs. Nancy Stephenson, Rt. 1 Box 20E, Seaboard 27876 

Mt. Tabor Rebecca D. Mann, Rt. 1 Box 361, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro Mrs. Patricia Edwards, Forest Cir., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Mrs. Jane Barmer, P.O. Box 424, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Margaret Dunning, Rt. 1 Box 43, Woodland 27897 

Potecasi Mr. J.T. Babb, Rt. 1 Box 89, Woodland 27897 

Powellsville Mrs. Oma D. Askew, Rt. 1 Box 153, Ahoskie 27910 

Republican Mr. Reddick White, Jr., 301 Sterlingworth, Windsor 27983 



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Rich Square Mrs. Margaret Vick, P.O. Box 173, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Mrs. Elaine Taylor, Mt. Gould Rd., Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel No Report 

Ross Mrs. Elizabeth Bunch, Rt. 3 Box 336, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run Mr. Spencer Lovegrove, P.O. Box 218, Kelford 27847 

Seaboard Mrs. Tommy Flythe, Rt. 1 Box 194, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Mrs. Marion Tyler, Rt. 1 Box 30, Margarettsville 27853 

Siloam Mr. Clyde Anders, 1553 S. King St., Windsor 27983 

St. John's Mrs. Garland Harrell, Rt. 1 Box 175, Aulander 27805 

Union Mrs. Ruth Miller, Rt. 2, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Mr. Floyd M. Perry, Rt. 2 Box 396, Colerain 27924 

Winton Gloria J. Thum, P.O. Box 462, Winton 27986 

Woodland Mrs. Valentine C. White, P.O. Box 107, Woodland 27897 

Chairmen of Deacons 

Ahoskie First Mr. JuHan Robertson, 517 N. Pembroke, Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Mr. Albert Vann, Rt. 1 Box 156, Conway 27820 

Askewville Mr. Willie A. White, Rt. 3 Box 265 A, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Mr. Chester Simms, P.O. Box 553, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Mr. Wayne Lee, Rt. 2 Box 167, Colerain 27924 

Bethlehem Mr. John R. Moore, Rt. 4, Ahoskie 27910 

Bethel Mr. Tony Mumford, Rt. 1 Box 83, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Brantley's Grove Mr. Randy Stroud, Rt. 2 Box 566, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Mr. Earl Cuthbertson, Rt. 1 Box 168, Como 27818 

Capeharts Mr. Dennis Brooks, Rt. 1, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Mr. Robert B. Spivey, 306 Sutton Dr., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Mr. Robert Brantley, Rt. 1 Box 62-B, Ahoskie 27910 

Chritian Harbor Mr. Billy Holloman, Rt. 1, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Mr. Michael Perry, P.O. Box 266, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa Mr. Herman Morris, Rt. 1 Box 475, Aulander 27805 

Conway Mrs. Kelly Vann, Rt. 2 Box 132, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Mr. Malcolm Brach, 302 Cherry St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Mr. L.B. Burgess, Rt. 2 Box 408, Conway 27820 

Earlys Mr. Lawrence Myers, 512 S. Curtis St., Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood No Report 

Elam Mr. Z.L. Davenport, P.O. Box 85, Gumberry 27838 

Elm Grove Mr. Fentress Mizelle, Rt. 2 Box 338, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mr. W.T. Rose, Rt. 1 Box 31, Seaboard 27876 

Green's Cross Mr. George Harden, US 17 N., Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Mr. Luther Whitley, Rt. 1, Harrellsville 27942 

Hebron Mr. Marnch Futrell, Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove Mr. Carol Francis, Rt. 1 Box 310 B, Aulander 27805 

Holly Springs Lewter Perry, P.O. Box 61, Cofield 27922 

Hortons Mr. Joe Phelps, P.O. Box 336, Aulander 27805 

Jackson Mr. T.E. Evans, P.O. Box 648, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Mrs. Julia Cahoon, P.O. Box 64, Kelford 27847 

Lasker No Report 



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Lawrence Mr. W.G. Sallehger, 1 121 Cooper Hull Rd., Windsor 27983 

Lewiston First Mr. Thomas Perry, P.O. Box 543, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Margarettsville Mr. J.M. Vick, P.O. Box 42, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Mr. Darrell Lee, 41 1 Rhue St., Ahoskie 27910 

Meherrin Mr. Vernon Joyner, Rt. 1 Box 420, Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Mr. William Burkett, P.O. Box 153, Woodland 27897 

Merry Hill Mr. Talbert Jackson, Rt. 2 Box 183B, Roper 27970 

Mt. Carmel Mr. Rupert Hasty, P.O. Box 464, Jackson 27845 

Mt. Tabor Mr. Dan Warren, Rt. 3, Ahoskie 27910 

Murfreesboro Mr. Franklin Lowe, Lakeview Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Mr. D.R. Miller, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Mr. Jerry Baker, Rt. 1 Box 47A, Kelford 27847 

Potecasi Mr. Malcom Best, Rich Square 27869 

Powellsville Mr. C.B. Jones, Jr., 920 Pembroke Ave., Ahoskie 27910 

Republican Mr. Wilson Jernigan, Republican Rd., Windsor 27983 

Rich Square . Mr. H.M. Tyler, P.O. Box 646, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Mr. James Matthews, Rt. 1, Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel No Report 

Ross Mr. Ray Kornegay, Rt. 3 Box 406 H, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run Mr. Robert F. Davis, P.O. Box 7, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard Mr. Southgate Britt, Rt. 1 Box 193, Seaboard 27876 

Severn . .Mr. Frank Ferguson, P.O. Box 151, Severn 27877 

Siloam Mr. Thomas Speller, 306 Oak St., Williamston 27892 

St. John's None 

Union Mr. Jackie Brinkley, Rt. 2, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Mr. Bobby Belch, Rt. 2 Box 65, Colerain 27924 

Winton Mr. R.A. Newsome, Jr., P.O. Box 190, Cofield 27922 

Woodland Mr. A.S. Lassiter, P.O. Box 126, Woodland 27897 




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Constitution 



NAME 

Article 1. This body shall be known as the West Chowan Baptist Association of 
North Carolina. 

MEMBERSHIP 

Article 2. It shall be composed of messengers elected by the churches connected with 
this body and all ordained ministers who are pastors of said churches, together with the 
officers of this Association, and chairmen of all standing committees. Each church of 
100 members and under shall be entitled to two messengers, and for each additional 100 
members, an additional messenger, provided that no church shall have more than 10 
messengers. 

PURPOSE 

Article 3. The purpose of this Association shall be to inspire, encourage, and enlist its 
membership in a spirit of brotherly love and cooperation, for the promotion of the en- 
tire program of our denomination; to the end that the gospel of our Lord and Saviour 
Jesus Christ might be proclaimed with greater power and effectiveness in our Associa- 
tion, our State and Nation, and unto the uttermost part of the world. 

POWERS AND PREROGATIVES 

Article 4. The Association shall have no powers to infringe upon the sovereignty or 
rights of the churches. It is neither an ecclesiastical nor legislative council, nor a court of 
appeal. It may advise the churches and recommend measures of usefulness for their 
adoption, but cannot bind them in any way. There shall be full recognition of the auton- 
omy of the local church and there shall be full recognition of the autonomy of the Asso- 
ciation. However, in view of the combined wisdom, piety and intelligence of the Associ- 
ation, it justly claims the very highest consideration and regard for itself, its objects and 
its recommendations. 

Article 5. Any Baptist church in good standing approving the design, objects and 
principles of this Association, and holding the same doctrine and ordinances, may be 
admitted into fellowship upon two-thirds vote of the messengers. All applications shall 
be referred to the Membership Committee for study. Churches desiring membership 
should give notice by making application one year in advance. 

Article 6. The Association may dissolve its relation with any church that consistently 
refuses to support the design, objects and principles of the West Chowan Baptist Associ- 
ation. Any irregularities which are reported shall be referred to the Membership Com- 
mittee who will report their finds to the Fall Associational meeting. The relationship 
may be dissolved by a two-thirds vote of the messengers one year after irregularities have 
been brought to the attention of the Association. 

RIGHTS AND DUTIES 

Article 7. Every church will be requested to contribute a percentage of its gifts, or so 
much per resident member for defraying the expenses of the Association and for direc- 
tion of the promotional education and missionary work of the Association. This per- 
centage or amount shall be sent to the Associational Treasurer monthly by each church 
treasurer. 



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Article 8. Every church will send to every annual session of the Association a letter on 
the form adopted by the Association with such additional information as it may deem 
fitting. 

Article 9. Any church wishing to dissolve its relationship with the Association in 
order to transfer to another association may do so with a majority vote at any regular 
Associational meeting. 

ORGANIZATION 

Article 10. The officers of this Association shall be a Moderator, a Vice-Moderator, a 
Clerk, a Treasurer, a Parliamentarian, a Director of Sunday School, a Director of 
Discipleship Training, a Director of Brotherhood, a Director of Woman's Missionary 
Union, a Director of Music, a Director of Missions Development, a Director of 
Stewardship Development, a Director of Evangelism, and a Director of Pastor/Church 
Relations. They shall be elected at the Spring Session. The term of all officers shall com- 
mence at the conclusion of the Fall Session and continue until their successors are 
elected in the Spring Session and are ready to take office at the conclusion of the Fall 
Session. 

DUTIES 

Article 11. It shall be the duty of the Moderator to open meetings punctually at the 
appointed time; to enforce the rules; to enforce order and to exercise all prerogatives of 
a presiding officer according to Robert's Rules of Order. 

Article 12. It shall be the duty of the Vice-Moderator to perform the duties of the 
Moderator in his absence. 

Article 13. It shall be the duty of the Clerk to attend and keep a full record of the 
meetings of the Association and to compile, edit and distribute to the churches the min- 
utes and data from the church letters in an annual report. He may appoint an assistant 
when necessary. He shall be paid such honorarium and expenses as the Association 
directs. 

Article 14. It shall be the duty of the Treasurer to receive, safeguard and distribute all 
funds of the Association. Disbursements of funds shall be in accordance with the budget 
adopted by the Association. He shall make quarterly reports to the Executive Promo- 
tion Committee and annual reports to the Fall session. He may be paid honorariums 
and expenses as the Association may direct. Non-budget items shall be approved by the 
Stewardship Development Committee. Treasurer shall be under bond. 

Article 15. The Parliamentarian shall assist the presiding officer in conducting the 
business of the Association according to Robert's Rules of Order. 

Article 16. The Director of Sunday School shall promote and supervise the Sunday 
School Program in the Association in cooperation with the Executive Promotion Com- 
mittee and the Director of Missions. 

Article 17. The Director of Discipleship Training Program shall promote and super- 
vise the Discipleship Training Program of the Association in cooperation with the Ex- 
ecutive Promotion Committee and the Director of Missions. 

Article 18. The Director of Brotherhood shall direct and supervise the program of 
Baptist men and boys in the Association in cooperation with the Executive Promotion 
Committee and the Director of Missions. 



Article 19. The Director of Woman's Missionary Union shall direct and supervise the 
program for the women and girls in cooperation with the Executive Promotion Com- 
mittee and the Director of Missions. 

Article 20. The Director of Music shall promote and supervise the program of music 
in the Association in cooperation with the Executive Promotion Committee and the 
Director of Missions. 

THE EXECUTIVE PROMOTION COMMITTEE 

Article 21. The Executive Promotion Committee of the Association shall be the 
following: Moderator, Vice-Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Parliamentarian, Director of 
Woman's Missionary Union, Director of Missions, Director of Sunday School, Director 
of Discipleship Training, Director of Brotherhood, Director of Music, Director of 
Stewardship Development, Director of Missions Development, Director of Evangelism 
and Director of Pastor/Church Relations, the pastor of each church in the Association, 
provided the pastor is a member of the church he represents, and one lay member from 
each church. 

It shall be the duty of the Executive Promotion Committee to transact whatever 
business may require attention of the Association between sessions which actions shall 
be binding on the Association. The Executive Promotion Committee of the Association 
shall function with those duly elected members present and voting. No percentage 
quorum is required for these meetings. The Executive Promotion Committee should 
meet quarterly, and submit a full report of its work to the Association together with rec- 
ommendations for the promotion and extension of the work, including the Associa- 
tional budget. 

The Associational Council of the Executive Promotion Committee will be composed 
of the officers of the Association and one representative elected by the Executive Pro- 
motion Committee from each county in the Association. This council will work in close 
harmony with the Director of Missions in plans and programs. The Associational Coun- 
cil of the Executive Promotion Committee shall function with those duly elected officers 
present and voting at any announced meeting. No percentage quorum is required for 
these meetings. 

In the event that any office, constituted by any article herein, becomes vacant during 
the Associational year, said office may be filled for the interim by appointment of the 
Associational Council. 

Article 22. The Director of Missions, whom the Association may employ, shall be 
under the direction of the Associational Council of the Executive Promotion Commit- 
tee. He shall promote and coordinate the work of the Association through the organiza- 
tions and programs; and carry out the missionary and extension plans of the Associa- 
tional Council. He shall be an ex officio member of all committees in an advisory and 
promotional capacity. 

AMENDMENTS 

Article 23. This Constitution may be altered at the Fall session of the body by a two- 
thirds vote of the messengers present and voting. However, a sixty-day notice of the pro- 
posed change shall be sent to the Chairman of the Associational Council of the Ex- 
ecutive Promotion Committee, and such proposed amendment shall be read on two 
consecutive days before the action on the same. 



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COMMITTEES AND THEIR DUTIES 



Article 24. The committees of the Association shall be divided into two categories. 
Section A. Committees to be appointed by the Moderator in advance of the Fall 
meeting. 

1. A Committee on Enrollment consisting of six. This committee shall recognize and 
register all messengers and others attending the Association and report to the Associa- 
tion when called upon. 

2. A Committee on Committees consisting of two members from each of the coun- 
ties comprising the Association. This committee shall nominate for election by the Asso- 
ciation all standing committees and such other committees as may be assigned to it. This 
committee should make its primary report during the first session of the Fall meeting. 
This committee shall designate the chairman of each committee. 

Section B. Standing Committees which will serve through the year and which shall 
report at each session or as the need arises. 

1 . A Committee on Place and Preacher consisting of three, the duty of which shall 
be to recommend to the Association where the next Spring and Fall sessions shall meet 
and the preacher to deliver the annual sermon and his alternate. 

2. A Committee on Resolutions consisting of three, the duty of which shall be to 
draw up and present to the Association suitable resolutions of appreciation and expres- 
sions of sentiments on any matter chosen by the committee or referred to the committee 
by the Moderator of the Association. 

3. A Committee on Order of Business consisting of five. The Vice-Moderator shall 
be the chairman of this committee. It shall be the duty of this committee to present a 
printed report at both Spring and Fall meetings suggesting the order of business. This 
report should be acted upon as soon as feasible after the opening of the Association. 
When adopted, its report shall become the order of the Association and cannot be 
changed except by majority vote of the body. 

4. A Committee on Nominations consisting of three members from each of the 
counties composing the Association. This committee at the Spring meeting shall 
nominate representatives of the various institutions, the officers of the Association, and 
other officers that may be necessary to execute the program of the Association. 
Nominations by this committee shall not preclude nominations from the floor. No of- 
ficer of the Association shall hold more than one office at a time. The Nominating 
Committee should constantly seek the counsel of existing Associational Officer when 
preparing their report. No name shall be submitted to the Association for election until 
that individual has agreed to serve if elected. 

5. A Trustees Committee consisting of three, the duty of which shall be to hold in 
trust any property, endowment, or other securities of the Association. 

6. A Committee on Ordination consisting of three. It shall be the duty of this com- 
mittee to make itself available to any church who has a candidate for the Gospel Minis- 
try. 

7. A Committee on History consisting of five members, one member elected each 
year for five years. This committee shall be responsible for compiling and maintaining a 
history of the Association. 

8. A Committee on Memorials consisting of three members elected each year, one 
from each county. This committee shall be responsible for suitably memorializing de- 
ceased members of the churches of the Association and other events as may be 
necessary. 



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9. A Committee on Membership consisting of five members, one member elected 
each year for five years. It shall be the duty of this committee to consult with churches in 
areas of Church-Association relationships and report the desire of the church as regards 
status in becoming member churches or in desire to withdraw fellowship. A committee 
from the church and this committee of the Association on membership shall work in all 
matters for harmony and good will among the churches. This committee functions at 
the request of the Associational Council of the Executive Promotion Committee and/or 
the Association meeting in the Fall. 

10. A Committee on the Constitutions consisting of three members being elected each 
year. This committee shall keep the constitution up to date and recommend revisions in 
accordance with the provisions of the constitution. 

11. A Committee on Libraries consisting of four members elected each year. This 
committee shall be responsible for the development of the Associational Library organi- 
zation and will assist the churches in their library work when requested. 

12. A Committee on Seminary Extension consisting of three members, one member 
elected each year for three years. This committee shall plan the courses of study and 
make all arrangements for a balanced program of study. 

13. A Stewardship Development Committee consisting of a Director and nine 
members, three from each of the counties comprising the Association. 

This Committee shall prepare the Associational Budget, promote the cooperative pro- 
gram, designated offerings, promote stewardship development programs. It shall be the 
duty of this committee to audit the Treasurer's records and report to the Association. 

14. A Missions Development Committee consisting of a Director, a representative 
from W.M.U., Brotherhood and Sunday School. This committee shall challenge the 
churches to be on mission in discovering areas of unmet needs, to help churches to 
develop mission development committees to meet these needs, to help coordinate a joint 
effort between Sunday School, W.M.U. and Baptist Men in outreach ministries with 
particular emphasis on new work starts. It shall be the responsibility of the committee to 
recommend to the Associational Council mission priorities and plans. 

15. A Committee on Evangelism consisting of a Director and two members from each 
of the counties composing the Association. This committee shall promote evangelism, 
plan and promote any special evangelistic rallies, such as a simultaneous revivals, or 
other evangelistic activities or meetings. 

16. A Committee on Pastor/Church Relations consisting of a Director, a pastor and a 
layperson from each of the counties composing the Association. It shall be the respon- 
sibility of the committee to hold meetings for the purpose of developing plans and pro- 
grams that will enhance the relationships of pastors and churches. It shall be the respon- 
sibility of the committee to recommend to the Associational Council priorities and plans 
for carrying them out. 

17. A Committee on Family and Christian Social Ministries consisting of six people 
-a chairman and five members - two from each of the counties composing the Associa- 
tion. It shall be the responsibility of the committee to conduct surveys to determine 
needs for strengthening the family and determine the greatest needs in Christian Social 
Ministries. To develop strategies and report to the Associational Council plans for car- 
rying them out. 

Article 25. Any regulation prior to this constitution which conflicts herewith is hereby 
repealed. 

Article 26. Baptist Faith and Message Statement. 



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I. THE SCRIPTURES 



The Holy Bible was written by men divinely inspired and is the record of God's reve- 
lation of Himself to man. It is a perfect treasure of divine instruction. It has God for its 
author, salvation for its end, and truth, without any mixture or error, for its matter. It 
reveals the principles by which God judges us; and therefore is, and will remain to the 
end of the world, the true center of Christian union, and the supreme standard by which 
all human conduct, creeds, and religious opinions should be tried. The criterion by 
which the Bible is to be interpreted is Jesus Christ. 

II. GOD 

There is one and only one living and true God. He is an intelligent, spiritual, and per- 
sonal Being, the Creator, Redeemer, Preserver, and Ruler of the universe. God is in- 
finite in holiness and all other perfections. To Him we owe the highest love, reverence, 
and obedience. The eternal God reveals Himself to us as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, 
with distinct personal attributes, but without division of nature, essence, or being. 

A. God the Father 

God as Father reigns with providential care over His universe. His creatures, and the 
flow of the stream of human history according to the purposes of His grace. He is all 
powerful, all loving, and all wise. God is Father in truth to those who become children 
of God through faith in Jesus Christ. He is fatherly in His attitude toward all men. 

B. God the Son 

Christ is the eternal Son of God. In His incarnation as Jesus Christ, he was conceived 
of the Holy Spirit and born of the virgin Mary. Jesus perfectly revealed and did the will 
of God, taking upon Himself the demands and necessities of human nature and identi- 
fying Himself completely with mankind yet without sin. He honored the divine law by 
His personal obedience, and in His death on the cross. He made provision for the re- 
demption of men from sin. He was raised from the dead with a glorified body and ap- 
peared to His disciples as the person who was with them before His crucifixion. He 
ascended into heaven and is now exalted at the right hand of God where He is the One 
Mediator, partaking of the nature of God and of man, and in whose Person is effected 
the reconciliation between God and man. He will return in power and glory to judge the 
world and to consummate His redemptive mission. He now dwells in all believers as the 
living and ever present Lord. 

C. God the Holy Spirit 

The Holy Spirit is the Spirit of God. He inspired holy men of old to write the Scrip- 
tures. Through illumination, He enables men to understand truth. He exalts Christ. He 
convicts of sin, of righteousness and of judgment. He calls men to the Saviour, and ef- 
fects regeneration. He cultivates Christian character, comforts believers, and bestows 
the spiritual gifts by which they serve God through His church. He seals the believer un- 
to the day of final redemption. His presence in the Christian is the assurance of God to 
bring the believer into the fulness of the stature of Christ. He enlightens and empowers 
the believer and the church in worship, evangelism, and service. 



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III. MAN 



Man was created by the special act of God, in His own image, and is the crowning 
work of His creation. In the beginning, man was innocent of sin and was endowed by 
His Creator with freedom of choice. By his free choice, man sinned against God and 
brought sin into the human race. Through the temptation of Satan, man transgressed 
the command of God and fell from his original innocence; whereby his posterity inherit 
a nature and an environment inclined toward sin, and as soon as they are capable of 
moral action become transgressors and are under condemnation. Only the grace of God 
can bring man into His holy fellowship and enable man to fulfill the creative purpose of 
God. The sacredness of human personality is evident in that God created man in His 
own image, and in that Christ died for man; therefore, every man possesses dignity and 
is worthy of respect and Christian love. 

IV. SALVATION 

Salvation involves the redemption of the whole man, and is offered freely to all who 
accept Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour, who by His own blood obtained eternal re- 
demption for the believer. In its broadest sense, salvation includes regeneration, sanctifi- 
cation, and glorification. 

A. Regeneration, or the new birth, is a work of God's grace whereby believers become 
new creatures of Christ Jesus. It is a change of heart wrought by the Holy Spirit through 
conviction of sin, to which the sinner responds in repentance toward God and faith in 
the Lord Jesus Christ. 

Repentance and faith are inseparable experiences of grace. Repentance is a genuine 
turning from sin toward God. Faith is the acceptance of Jesus Christ and commitment 
of the entire personality to Him as Lord and Saviour. Justification is God's gracious and 
full acquittal upon principles of His righteousness of all sinners who repent and believe 
in Christ. Justification brings the believer into a relationship of peace and favor with 
God. 

B. Sanctification is the experience, beginning in regeneration, by which the believer is 
set apart to God's purposes, and is enabled to progress toward moral and spiritual per- 
fection through the presence and power of the Holy Spirit dwelling in him. Growth in 
grace should continue throughout the regenerate person's life. 

C. Glorification is the culmination of salvation and is the final blessed and abiding 
state of the redeemed. 

V. GOD'S PURPOSE OF GRACE 

Election is the gracious purpose of God, according to which He regenerates, sanc- 
tifies, and glorifies sinners. It is consistent with the free agency of man, and com- 
prehends all the means in connection with the end. It is glorious display of God's 
sovereign goodness, and is infinitely wise, holy, and unchangeable. It excludes boasting 
and promotes humility. 

All true believers endure to the end. Those whom God has accepted ia Christ, and 
sanctified by His Spirit, will never fall away from the state of grace, but shall preserve to 
the end. Believers may fall into sin and through neglect and temptation, whereby they 
grieve the Spirit, impair their graces and comforts, bring reproach on the cause of 
Christ, and temporal judgments on themselves, yet they shall be kept by the power of 
God through faith unto salvation. 



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VI. THE CHURCH 



A New Testament church of the Lord Jesus Christ is a local body of baptized believ- 
ers who are associated by covenant in the faith and fellowship of the gospel, observing 
the two ordinances of Christ, committed to His teachings, exercising the gifts, rights, 
and privileges invested in them by His Word, and seeking to extend the gospel to the 
ends of the earth. 

This church is an autonomous body, operating through democratic processes under 
the Lordship of Jesus Christ. In such a congregation, members are equally responsible. 
Its Scriptural officers are pastors and deacons. 

The New Testament speaks also of the church as the body of Christ which includes all 
of the redeemed of all the ages. 

VII. BAPTISM AND THE LORD'S SUPPER 

Christian baptism is the immersion of a believer in water in the name of the Father, 
the Son, and the Holy Spirit. It is an act of obedience symbolizing the believer's faith in 
a crucified, buried, and risen Saviour, the believer's death to sin, the burial of the old 
life, and resurrection to walk in newness of life in Christ Jesus. It is a testimony to his 
faith in the final resurrection of the dead. Being a church ordinance, it is prerequisite to 
the privileges of church membership and to the Lord's Supper. 

The Lord's Supper is a symbolic act of obedience whereby members of the church, 
through partaking of the bread and the fruit of the vine, memorialize the death of the 
Redeemer and anticipate His second coming. 

VIII. THE LORD'S DAY 

The first day of the week is the Lord's Day. It is a Christian institution for regular ob- 
servance. It commemorates the resurrection of Christ from the dead and should be 
employed in exercises of worship and spiritual devotion, both public and private, and by 
refraining from worldly amusements, and resting from secular employments, work of 
necessity and mercy only being excepted. 

IX. THE KINGDOM 

The Kingdom of God includes both His general sovereignty over the universe and His 
particuter kingship over men who willfully acknowledge Him as King. Particularly the 
Kingdom is the realm of salvation into which men enter by trustful, childlike commit- 
ment to Jesus Christ. Christians ought to pray and to labor that the Kingdom may come 
and God's will be done on earth. The full consummation of the Kingdom awaits the 
return of Jesus Christ and the end of this age. 

X. LAST THINGS 

God, in His own time and in His own way, will bring the world its appropriate end. 
According to His promise, Jesus Christ will return personally and visibly in glory to the 
earth; the dead will be raised; and Christ will judge all men in righteousness. The un- 
righteous will be consigned to Hell, the place of everlasting punishment. The righteous 
in their resurrected and glorified bodies will receive their reward and will dwell forever in 
Heaven with the Lord. 



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XI. EVANGELISM AND MISSIONS 

It is the duty and privilege of every follower of Christ and of every church of the Lord 
Jesus Christ to endeavor to make disciples of all nations. The new birth of man's spirit 
by God's Holy Spirit means the birth of love for others. Missionary effort on the part of 
all rests thus upon a spiritual necessity of the regenerate life, and is expressly and 
repeatedly commanded in the teachings of Christ. It is the duty of every child of God to 
seek constantly to win the lost to Christ by personal effort and by all other methods in 
harmony with the gospel of Christ. 

XII. EDUCATION 

The cause of education in the Kingdom of Christ is to coordinate with the causes of 
missions and general benevolence, and should receive along with these, the liberal sup- 
port of the churches. An adequate system of Christian schools is necessary to a complete 
spiritual program for Christ's people. 

In Christian education, there should be a proper balance between academic freedom 
and academic responsibility. Freedom in any orderly relationship of human life is al- 
ways limited and never absolute. The freedom of a teacher in a Christian school, college, 
or seminary is limited by the preeminence of Jesus Christ, by the authoritative nature of 
the Scripture, and by the distinct purpose for which the school exists. 

XIII. STEWARDSHIP 

God is the source of all blessings, temporal and spiritual; all that we have and are, we 
owe to Him. Christians have a spiritual debtorship to the whole world, a holy trustee- 
ship in the gospel, and a binding stewardship in their possessions. They are therefore 
under the obligation to serve Him with their time, talents, and material possessions; and 
should recognize all these as entrusted to them to use for the glory of God and for help- 
ing others. According to the Scriptures, Christians should contribute of their means 
cheerfully, regularly, systematically, proportionately, and liberally for the advancement 
of the Redeemer's cause on earth. 

XIV. COOPERATION 

Christ's people should, as occasion requires, organize such associations and conven- 
tions as may best secure cooperation for the great objects of the Kingdom of God. Such 
organizations have no authority over one another or over the churches. They are volun- 
tary and advisory bodies designed to elicit, combme, and direct the energies of our peo- 
ple in the most effective manner. Members of New Testament churches should 
cooperate with one another in carrying forward the missionary, educational, and benev- 
olent ministries for the extension of Christ's Kingdom. Christian unity in the New Testa- 
ment sense is spiritual harmony and voluntary cooperation for common ends by various 
groups of Christ's people. Cooperation is desirable between the various Christian de- 
nominations, when the end to be attained is itself justified, and when such cooperation 
involves no violation of conscience or compromise of loyalty to Christ and His Word as 
revealed in the New Testament. 



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XV. THE CHRISTIAN AND THE SOCIAL ORDER 

Every Christian is under obligation to seek to make the will of Christ supreme in his 
own life and in human society. Means and methods used for the improvement of society 
and the establishment of righteousness among men can be truly and permanently helpful 
only when they are rooted in the regeneration of the individual by the saving grace of 
God in Christ Jesus. The Christian should oppose in the spirit of Christ every form of 
greed, selfishness, and vice. He should work to provide for the orphaned, the needy, the 
aged, the helpless, and the sick. Every Christian should seek to bring industry, govern- 
ment, and society as a whole under the sway of the principles of righteousness, truth, 
and brotherly love. In order to promote these ends, Christians should be ready to work 
with all men of good will in any good cause, always being careful to act in the spirit of 
love without compromising their loyalty to Christ and His truth. 

XVI. PEACE AND WAR 

It is the duty of Christians to seek peace with all men on principles of righteousness. 
In accordance with the spirit and teachings of Christ, they should do all in their power to 
put an end to war. 

The true remedy for the war spirit is the gospel of our Lord. The supreme need of the 
world is the acceptance of His teachings in all the affairs of men and nations, and the 
practical application of His law of love. 

XVII. RELIGIOUS LIBERTY 

God alone is Lord of the conscience, and He has left it free from the doctrines and 
commandments of men which are contrary to His Word or not contained in it. Church 
and state should be separate. The state owes to every church protection and full freedom 
in the pursuit of its spiritual ends. In providing for such freedom, no ecclesiastical group 
or denomination should be favored by the state more than others. Civil government be- 
ing ordained of God, it is the duty of Christians to render loyal obedience thereto in all 
things not contrary to the revealed will of God. The church should not resort to the civil 
power to carry on its work. The gospel of Christ contemplates spiritual means alone for 
the pursuit of its ends. The state has no right to impose penalties for religious opinions 
of any kind. The state has no right to impose taxes for the support of any form of 
religions A free church in a free state is the Christian ideal, and this implies the right of 
free and unhindered access to God on the part of all men, and the right to form and 
propagate opinions in the sphere of religion without interference by the civil power. 



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Proceedings 

West Chowan Baptist Association 

Fifth Annual Spring Session 

Tuesday, April 24, 1990 
LEWISTON BAPTIST CHURCH 

THEME: "Tell Of The Love Of Jesus" 

1. Musical prelude. 

2. Mr. Norman Earl Godwin, vice moderator of the West Chowan Baptist Associa- 
tion presided over the meeting. 

3. The afternoon session opened with the congregation singing *'Love Is The 
Theme," led by Miss Anna Belle Crouch, associational music director. 

4. The pastor, Rev. Steve Conerly of Lewiston Baptist Church, welcomed everyone 
and gave the invocation. 

5. The history of Lewiston Baptist Church was read by Mr. Ken Craft. 

6. In the business section, the officers that were elected by the nominating committee 
were approved. There was a motion from the Executive Promotion Committee that the 
mandatory retirement age for the Director of Missions be extended for two years, this to 
be on an individual basis. There was a question raised from the floor "Why have a man- 
datory retirement age at all?" Then a motion was made to amend the previous motion 
and do away with a mandatory retirement age completely. Only a few were in opposi- 
tion to this and the change was adopted by the association. 

7. There was a motion from Rev. Ronald McSwain to give the Director of Missions 
a $700.00 monthly housing allowance to begin on October 1, 1990. This was seconded 
by Rev. James Hester and approved by the association. 

8. The director of missions welcomed and recognized the new pastors that were pre- 
sent. 

1. Aulander - Rev. Robert Best 

2. Lewiston - Rev. Steve Conerly 

3. Bethany - Rev. Tommy Tripp 

4. Siloam - Rev. Andy Wood 

5. St. John - Rev. John Eure 

9. The congregation sang the hymn "Pass It On." 

10. Rev. Phillip Knott, pastor of Merry Hill Baptist Church spoke on "Volunteer For 
Missions." He told of the many mission opportunities that were in our communities in 
the state and around the world. 

11. Special music was presented by Rev. John Eure, pastor of St. John Baptist 
Church. 

12. Rev. Rowland Pruette, retired, brought the afternoon message. He read from 
John 21:1-17. He said that as Jesus told Peter "If you love me, feed my sheep" that if 
we love Jesus we are to tell others about him. 

13. They hymn "Lord Speak To Me" was sung by the congregation. 

14. The evening meal was blessed and served by Lewiston and Bethlehem Churches. 

EVENING SESSION 

15. Music prelude. 

16. The evening session was opened with the singing of the hymn "More Love To 
Thee." 

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17. Rev. Phillip McCall led in prayer. 

18. Rev. Lonnie Armstrong, Director of Missions, gave his report and said by the 
records we are falling down in all areas of the work. He asked that we join in prayer that 
"Liquor by the drink" would be defeated in Tuesday's vote. 

19. The Resolutions report was given by Rev. Bill McEntire, pastor of Pleasant Grove 
Baptist Church. 

20. Special music was presented by Rev. Hugh Patterson, minister of Music and 
Youth of Galatia Baptist Church. 

21. Rev. Larry McClure, Eastern N.C. area missionary from New Bern brought the 
evening message. He read from Malachi 3:13-18. Rev. McClure said that everywhere he 
went, he was finding pastors and laymen alike suffering from "burn out." They were 
asking "was it really worth it, to give all to the Lord." He said that the answer was a re- 
sounding yes, if we read God's promises in the Bible. 

22. For the closing hymn, the congregation sang "Send Me Lord, Send Me." 

23. The Fifth Annual Spring Meeting was closed with a prayer. 

Resolution Committee Report 

The Resolution Committee would like to propose the following resolutions: 

1. The program of this our Fifth Annual Spring Meeting of the West Chowan 
Association has been well planned and balanced in its presentation of the Lord's work in 
and among our churches. The messengers and presentations have been instructive, in- 
formative and very inspirational. 

2. Be it resolved that we express our gratitude to all who have participated in this 
meeting, for those who have brought messages, served on committees, who made 
reports, and for those who brought worshipful music, we are eternally thankful. 

3. Be it resolved, that we express our thanks to our host church, Lewiston Baptist 
and to our co-host church, Bethlehem Baptist for their participation. 

4. Be it resolved that we appreciate the theme this year, "Tell of the Love of Jesus." 
Let us all tell of his great love. 

5. Our appreciation to Rev. Gerald Riggs as our moderator and Norman Godwin, 
vice moderator. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Bill McEntire, Chairman 
:> Shelby Stevens and David Brinkley 



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History of Lewiston Baptist Church 



The Lewiston Baptist Church was organized on September 26, 1883, with thirty-two 
charter members. There appears to have been ony occasional preaching during the first 
several months of the church's life, when in November, 1884 the Reverend C.W. Scar- 
borough agreed to preach for the congregation on one Saturday in each month until a 
pastor could be secured. On April 11, 1885, Dr. John Mitchell accepted a call by the 
church, becoming her first regular pastor. 

Securing her first pastor was not the only problem which confronted the new con- 
gregation at Lewiston. The committee chosen to select and secure a site to build the 
new house of worship was having disagreement as to where the house should be located. 
After several meetings and reports, a site was purchased at a cost of $30.00. Then, 
however, the building committee apparently was unable to agree on the size and con- 
struction of the building. The first building committee was dismissed and a second one 
chosen before construction was begun on a framed, rectangular structure, thirty-five 
feet by sixty-four feet. The records of the church conference for November 8, 1884 
reports: "Assembled in the new building on Saturday before the second Lord's Day in 
November. . . " However, the building was not completed and used for regular worship 
services until the spring of 1885, after the doors, windows, and a church bell had been 
put into place. 

A Sunday School was organized in May, 1885 with H.P. Harrell serving as the 
superintendent. The first "protracted meeting" was begun on the second Sunday in 
August, 1885, with Pastor Mitchell assisted by the Reverend Jeremian Bunch. Services 
were held each day of the week at 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. A Woman's Missionary 
Society was organized in 1898, with Mrs. S.B. Barnes, President. Sunbeams and other 
auxiliary organizations soon followed. 

Additions to the original church building were made in 1902 and 1916, with attempts 
made to provide adequate classroom space for the Sunday School and organizations. 
On March 23, 1939, the church in called conferenced decided to sell the existing property 
and to build the present building on Cashie street. The edifice - Georgian in style and 
brick veneered - was dedicated debt free on December 7, 1941 . In 1955 the church decid- 



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ed to add an educational unit to the exisiting structure, which unit was completed and 
dedicated in 1958. The present parsonage - the second in the history of the Lewiston 
Baptist Church - was completed in 1967. 

Sharing God's word through song has always been very meaningful to the church 
family. The church organ was given in loving memory by Mr. and Mrs. T.E. Gardner, 
1949. The piano was purchased by the Youth Choir of 1954 under the leadership of Mrs. 
Ruby Joyner. 

The First Baptist Church of Lewiston has been a part of the West Chowan Baptist 
Association since the beginning, attempting thereby to unite her influence and witness to 
that of sister Baptist congregations in the area in spreading the gospel of her Lord to the 
uttermost parts of the earth. 



Proceedings 

107th Annual Fall Session 

Tuesday, October 23, 1990 
MEHERRIN BAPTIST CHURCH 

1. A musical prelude was presented by Mrs. Annie Mae Wood, organist and Mrs. 
Barbara Spencer, pianist. 

2. The moderator, Rev. Gerald Riggs, called the 107th Annual Fall Session of the 
West Chowan Baptist Association to order, emphasizing the theme: "COMMITTED 
TO SERVE." Everyone was welcomed by the moderator and to Holly Springs Baptist 
Church as co-host to the session. Rev. Riggs led in prayer. 

3. Miss Anna Belle Crouch, associational music director, led the congregation in 
singing the hymn "Living for Jesus." 

4. The order of the two-day session was adopted with one change; the Treasurer's 
report would be given at the night session. 

5. The moderator appointed the following Committees Enrollment: Edith Parker, 
Chairperson; Mable Slaughter, Irene Outland, Helen Vinson, Mary Parker and Grace 
Parker. Committee on Committees: Rev. Lemar Wheeler, Chairman; Rev. Elmer 
Joyner, Harry Ward, Sadie Whitley, Jo Ann Mizelle and Nathan Copeland. 

6. The Director of Missions, Rev. Lonnie Armstrong recognized the visitors and in- 
troduced the new pastors that were present: Creech Memorial: Rev. Thomas Lamm, 
Severn: Rev. Jack Burnette, Kelford: Rev. Russell Rhodes. They were welcomed by 
Rev. Kenneth Bunch, president of the Pastor's conference. 

7. The moderator recognized Dr. Bruce Whitaker, second vice president of the State 
Baptist Convention and past president of Chowan College and Mr. Russell Johnson, 
Parliamentarian of West Chowan Baptist Association. 

8. The congregation sang the hymn "What a Friend." 

9. The following committee reports were given: 

1. Executive Promotion - Mr. Floyd Barmer, Clerk 

2. Missions Development - Mrs. Corene Harris 

3. Evangelism - Rev. Windell Patterson 

4. Stewardship Development - Rev. Ronald McSwain 



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5. Committee on Committees - Rev. Lemar Wheeler 

6. Building and Grounds - Rev. Lamar Wheeler 

7. Family and Christian School Ministries - Rev. Harvey Jackson 

10. All reports were adopted. 

11. The following organizational reports were given: 

1. Sunday School - Mrs. Ruth Miller 

2. Discipleship Training - Rev. Billy Nale 

3. Brotherhood - Rev. Elmer Joyner 

4. RA - Rev. Wint Hale 

5. Music - Miss Anna Belle Crouch 

12. Miss Anna Belle Crouch gave an inspiring report of her trip to China. She 
presented a hand painted silk painting to the Director of Missions, that was painted by 
an elderly Chinese lady. 

13. Rev. Henry Boschen read from the 8th chapter of Acts and led in prayer. 

14. Special music was presented by Mrs. Sue Tripp. 

15. Rev. Jack Byrd brought the afternoon sermon "Committed to Evangelize" - Mat- 
thew 28:18-20, Acts 1:6-8. A very inspiring message. 

16. The hymn "Take My Life, Lead Me Lord" was sung by the congregation. 

17. Rev. Robbie Best gave thanks for the evening meal that was provided by Meherrin 
and Holly Springs Baptist Churches. 

EVENING SESSION 

18. Music prelude by Mr. Steve Bowman. 

19. Sacred concert was presented by the Meherrin Baptist Church Adult Choir. 

20. The evening session was called to order by the moderator. 

21. Miss Anna Belle Crouch led the congregation in singing "He Lives." 

22. The history of Meherrin Baptist Church was read by Mrs. Myra Northcott. 

23. The Treasurer's report was given by the treasurer, Ms. Sally Ann Barber. 

24. Dr. Hargus Taylor spoke for a few minutes about Chowan College. He said that 
any ideas and suggestions were welcome in how the college can better serve the churches 
in the West Chowan Association and prayers were welcomed and coveted in the plans 
for the college to move in the 90s and 21st century for higher education. 

25. There was a motion made from Rev. Ronald McSwain for the Association to go 
on record for prayer support for the college and to inform them of our prayer support in 
the annual meetings. This was seconded and carried. 

26. During the afternoon session it was brought to the attention of the session that 
there were retired pastors receiving less than two hundred dollars from their annuity 
funds and even some only one hundred dollars. It was felt that the West Chowan 
Association give $600 in helping this bad situation that these retired people were in . This 
was approved and the moderator suggested that an offering be taken at the night session 
to get this amount. This was approved. The offering was taken and $671.76 was receiv- 
ed. The moderator thanked the association for this action. 

27. Mr. Irby Jackson gave a report on the Baptist Retirement Homes. 

28. Mrs. Deborah Lane read on the Baptist Retirement Homes. 

29. Mrs. Deborah Lane read from Psalms 96 and led in prayer. 
The hymn "Come All Christians" was sung by the congregation. 

30. Mrs. Corene Harris spoke on Volunteer on Mission - Poland and showed slides of 
her mission to Poland. 



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31. Commission service for Rev. Joe McLean and his wife, Betsy McLean, for their 
mission to Brazil. 

32. A report of 216 had registered for this annual session. 

33. The hymn "Just A Closer Walk With Thee" was sung by the congregation. 

34. The session at Meherrin Baptist Church was closed with a prayer. 

Wednesday, October 24, 1990 
KELFORD BAPTIST CHURCH 

35. A musical prelude was presented by Mrs. Diane Clark, organist and Mrs. Barbara 
Spencer, pianist. 

36. The moderator called the morning session to order. 

37. The congregation sang "Praise Him, Praise Him." 

38. A welcome and prayer by Rev. Russell Rhodes, pastor of Kelford Baptist Church. 

39. The history of Kelford Baptist Church was read by Mrs. Julia Cahoon. 

40. The Director of Missions, Rev. Lonnie Armstrong, gave his report. He recognized 
Velma Terrell, personal consultant from the Baptist building. Rev. Armstrong said that 
a lot of things had happened this past church year. It started off with a bang last 
October when "Hugo" devastated a large portion of South Carolina and also a portion 
of North Carolina. He thanked and praised the churches for a quick response in helping 
these areas that had been badly damaged. $17,712.00 came from the churches to help 
out in this disaster. Then a little later on in the year, Hertford County was confronted 
with the liquor by the drink and there was an appeal to the churches in Hertford County 
for some more funds to help defeat this issue. The churches and some individuals of 
Hertford County raised $1,430.00. Over 19 thousand dollars was raised for things that 
just "pop up" on us. The churches responded well for which we are so thankful. These 
extra effort things that seemed to plague us demanded action on the part of Christians 
and as Director of Missions, I give you a very special thanks for what has been done. 

Rev. Armstrong said that the music day camp continued to be one of the most highly 
successful events in the entire church year and it was due to folks like Don and Regina 
Gober, Miss Anna Belle Crouch, Hugh Patterson and a whole host of co-workers that 
volunteer to do this week of music day camp. It has grown even outside of the 
denominational churches. They are asking to be a part of this and several outside chur- 
ches did take part this past July. This is another one of those extra effort things that we 
enjoy doing and working with and thanks go to the folks that make this happen. The 
music day camp in this association ranks second to none in the other associations. There 
are no associations that do better than this association in the music day camp. Again, 
Rev. Armstrong expressed his thanks for those that help in making this happen. 

41. A report on the Baptist Children's Homes was given by Mr. Norman Jameson. 

42. A report on the Baptist Foundation was given by Rev. Garland A. Hendricks. 

43. The hymn "Fairest Lord Jesus" was sung by the congregation. 

44. Mrs. Doris Wiggins read from chapter 4 of Colossians and led in prayer. 

45. Special music was presented by the Men's Trio of Woodland Baptist Church. 

46. Rev. Lemar Wheeler, pastor of Woodland Baptist Church brought the morning 
message. A very inspiring message "Committed: Gods World, Our Ministry" - scrip- 
ture 2 Cor. 5:17-21. 

47. The hymn "Rescue The Perishing" was sung by the congregation. 

48. Thanks for the noon meal provided by the Kelford and Ahoskie First Baptist 
Churches. 



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AFTERNOON SESSION 



49. A musical prelude. 

50. Called to order by Rev. Gerald Riggs. 

51. The hymn "Down At The Cross" was sung by the congregation. 

52. Rev. Lonnie Armstrong, DOM, introduced the afternoon speaker, Mr. David 
Coleman. 

53. Mr. David Coleman brought the missionary message. 

54. The hymn "Take the Name of Jesus" was sung by the congregation. 

55. The following reports were adopted: 

1. Place and preacher - Rev. Bob Rogers 

2. Resolutions - Rev. Bill McEntire 

3. Memorials - Mrs. Mary Rose Lawrence 

Mrs. Lawrence brought a beautiful message in a song. 

4. Enrollment - Rev. Gerald Riggs gave a grand total of 302 
for the two-day session. 

56. The 1990-91 Associational Calendar was adopted. 

57. The moderator, Rev. Gerald Riggs gave his message, reading from the writings of 
the Apostle Paul and expressing thanks for the prayers and support he had received dur- 
ing the first year as moderator of the West Chowan Baptist Association. 

58. The hymn "When the Roll is Called up Yonder" was sung by the congregation. 

59. Benediction and adjournment of the 107th Annual Fall Session of the West 
Chowan Baptist Association. 



Resolution Committee Report 

The West Chowan Baptist Association, in its 107th Annual Fall meeting at Kelford 
Baptist Church, on October 24, 1990, would like to make the following proposed 
resolutions: 

1. Be it resolved, that we the members of the 107th Annual West Chowan Baptist 
Associational Meeting, have committed ourselves in service to our loving Lord and 
Savior Jesus Christ. 

2. Be it resolved, that we express our sincere gratitude to those who participated in 
our worshipful meetings. 

3. Be it resolved, that we express our thankfulness to Meherrin, Holly Springs, 
Kelford, and Ahoskie First Baptist Churches that have made the meal and meeting 
places available to us. 

4. Be it resolved, that we appreciate the challenging and inspirational sermons that 
were delivered by Rev. Jack Byrd of Cashie Baptist Church and Rev. Lemar Wheeler of 
Woodland Baptist Church. 

5. Our appreciation to Joe and Betsy McLean for their willingness and commitment 
to serve our Lord in Brazil. Our Christian Love and Prayer Support go with them. 

6. Our appreciation to our Moderator, Rev. Gerald Riggs, for serving our Associa- 
tion. 



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7. Be it resolved, that we appreciate, and will continue to pray for our Associational 
Director of Missions, Rev. Lonnie Armstrong, as we all work together for the Lord in 
our areas of ministry and beyond. 

Serving Christ together, 
Rev. Bill McEntire (CHM) 
Lula Mae Chamblee, Rev. Shelby Stephens 




A Brief History of Meherrin Baptist Church 

by Myra Davis Northcott 

Meherrin Baptist Church was organized in 1729 as Parker's Meeting House and is the 
second oldest Southern Baptist Church in North Carolina. Meetings were held in a 
brush arbor until 1735 when a 20' by 25' hewn log building was erected. This work was 
done under the leadership of Joseph Parker. Including Rev. Parker there has been a 
total of 28 Pastors to serve at Meherrin Church over the past 261 years. Membership at 
Meherrin has grown from 100 in 1729 to 531 in 1990. 

In 1929 Rev. J.M. Duncan came to serve as Pastor and wrote a history of the first 200 
years of Meherrin Baptist Church. In 1989 Beth Ward picked up the history in 1929 
where Rev. Duncan left off and brought it to 1989. Rev. Duncan's history and the 
history Ms. Ward wrote were put together in one book. The book is dedicated to Rev. 
and Mrs. J.M. Duncan and may be purchased. 



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Pastors who followed Rev. Duncan were: Rev. Jarvis Teague - 1953-57; Rev. Cecil 
Edgerton - 1958; Rev. John Davis 1958-69; Rev. Terry Jones - 1970-73; and Rev. Ron- 
nie Eason - 1974-76. 

Rev. Gerald Riggs has been pastor since 1977. Several accomplishments have been at- 
tained during his pastorate. The parsonage has been improved, the church celebrated 
250 years with a 2 1/2 day anniversary emphasis, the choir loft has been remodeled, a 
new steeple installed, a Discipleship Training Department was organized, a Sound 
System installed, and in 1988 a chair lift was installed along with padding of the pews 
and carpeting throughout the Sanctuary, back hall and office area. A picnic shelter was 
erected behind the RA building also. Rev. Riggs is currently serving as the Moderator 
for the Association. 

Meherrin, at the present, has an active Woman's Missionary Union, Baptist Men and 
RA Organizations, Discipleship Training Department, Music Ministry and Youth Pro- 
gram. Services are held on Sunday morning, Sunday evening, with Prayer Meeting on 
Wednesdays. 

In closing, I would like to read the last paragraph in the book "A History of the 
Meherrin Baptist Church" written by Beth Ward, it says, "God's people, called Meher- 
rin Church, have struggled together, cooperated together, suffered together, and 
ministered together in the name of the one who set us free from the penalty of sin, Jesus 
Christ. In laboring together to realize the purpose of the church, this church has wor- 
shiped, proclaimed, and witnessed, nurtured and educated, and ministered in the power 
of the Holy Spirit. It has been a shining light in the Murfreesboro Community, not for 
all its activities and accomplishments, but because of its struggle to share four simple 
truths with all mankind. Those truths are: Jesus loves me; Jesus loves all the children 
of the world; some children do not know that Jesus loves them; Jesus wants me to tell 
them. That is what being God's people is all about. That is where Meherrin Church has 
been, and will go, as long as our Lord tarries." Meherrin has accomplished much in the 
last 261 years and we are looking forward with anticipation to the future and the impor- 
tance this beloved Church has on our lives as Christians. 




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Kelford Baptist Church 



The Baptist people of the infant town of Kelford, feeling the need for Christian wor- 
ship, met in the Kelford School on May 8, 1892, and organized a Sunday School. From 
this grew a desire for a permanent place of worship. 

In the spring of 1898, people assembled in the schoolhouse for the purpose of plann- 
ing for a house of worship. David S. Kenney presided. A committee consisting of C.L. 
Cobb, W.C. Evans, George T. Browne, M.W. Harrell, and George T. Parker, was 
appointed to draw plans, solicit funds, assemble materials and proceed with the building 
as soon as a suitable location could be secured. 

Mr. Thomas P. Clyde, of the Clyde Land Corporation that started the town, 
generously gave a lot; and two additional lots were purchased. 

Progress was slow as the promoters were tillers of the soil. A severe hail storm on May 
20, 1898 destroyed the crops and the financial condition was at a low ebb. 

By September 1 , enough material was on hand to start work. A timely loan of $400.00 
from Mrs. Fannie Jacobs was sufficient to complete the work except for painting. 

On December 15, 1898, the people assembled in their house of worship to organize a 
church. Reverend T.T. Speight called the meeting to order. Reverend S.B. Barnes of- 
fered prayer and A.W. Early of Aulander was chosen clerk. Forty-two persons 
presented themselves for membership from other churches. Reverend S.B. Barnes 
presented the Bible. Reverend T.T. Speight preached the sermon and Kelford Baptist 
Church was declared duly constituted, with George T. Barnes, W.C. Evans, and George 
T. Parker as Deacons; George T. Barnes, Treasurer; and George T. Parker, Clerk. 

On June 10, 1900 the church building was dedicated. The record shows a beautiful 
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During the pastorate of Reverend John F. Cale, classrooms were added, the interior 
of the auditorium redecorated and the baptismal pool added. 

During the pastorate of W.H. Hollowell electric lights were installed. 

During the pastorate of Reverend C.C. Prince, the church launced a campaign for a 
new building. Plans had to be postponed during World War 11, but were begun again in 
1948, led by pastor E.C. Upchurch. The church voted to remodel the sanctuary and add 
new classrooms and kitchen. During 1949 and 1950, while work was in progress, services 
were again held in the schoolhouse. In December of 1950 they returned to the unfinished 
building. On May 1, 1955 dedication services for the new building, debt free, were held 
with Reverend E.C. Upchurch returning to preach the dedicatory sermon and C.C. 
Prince preaching in the afternoon. Also in 1955 the need for a pastorium became acute, 
so the church built a seven-room home. Reverend W.J. Sheridan was pastor at the time. 

Since this time, central heat and air conditioning have been installed in the church. 

But all has not been brick and mortar. A Woman's Missionary Union was organized 
about 1908 with Mrs. Irene Harrell as leader. The missionary organizations have con- 
tinued active throughout the intervening years. Gifts through the Cooperative Program 
and to state, home and foreign missions have increased. 

Kelford is a declining area, so membership has remained small, but many have gone 
from the church to other areas to serve as doctors, lawyers, teachers, and business 
leaders. The late Charles E. Parker was called into the ministry and ordained the 
pastorate of W.H. Hollowell in the 1920s. 

The church has been in fields with Sandy Run, Lewiston, Pleasant Grove and 
Menola. 

The influence of the church cannot be measured here, but in the hereafter. Those who 
still are a part of Kelford Baptist Church take courage from the great saints of God 
whose faithfulness and dedication left us our heritage of today. 




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Statement of Cash Receipts and Disbursements - General Fund 

WEST CHOWAN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
Quarter Ending September 30, 1990 



CASH BALANCE, BEGINNING $ 8,880.09 

RECEIPTS: 

Contributions from Churches and Individuals $ 64,361 . 18 

Simultaneous Revivals 2,567.43 

Minutes 25.00 

Telephone Reimbursements 21.05 

Music Reimbursements 3,374.52 

Postage and Supply Reimbursements 307.32 

BSC - Joint Pastors/Wives Conference (9/90)^ 375 .00 

BSC - Church Growth Assistance 1 ,800.00 

BSC - Return of State Mission Offering ('89) 3,349.76 

BSC - MS & CH O/R Training 525.00 

BSC - Reimbursement for Discipleship 

Training Dinner 143.32 

BSC - DOM Insurance Reimbursement 99.90 

Interest on Checking Account 475.45 

Hugo Contributions 17,712.72 

Liquor by the Drink Contributions 1 ,430.74 

Brotherhood 22.95 

Sales Tax Refund 265.34 

TOTAL RECEIPTS $ 96,856.68 

TOTAL CASH BALANCE PLUS RECEIPTS $105,736.77 

DISBURSEMENTS 
Director: 

Salary $ 19,660.00 

Utilities 3,326.51 

Home Repairs 526,57 

Office: 

Utilities 1,937.42 

Supplies 4,889.17 

Building & Grounds 1 ,488 . 1 7 

Equipment & Repairs 1 ,009.02 

Secretary 8,500.00 

PICA 647.39 

Secretary Conference 1 84.45 

Organizations: 

Sunday School 241.42 

Discipleship Training 196.78 

Brotherhood/RA 263 . 1 7 

Music 3,516.90 

Youth 275.00 



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Minutes: 

Printing 1,075.00 

Clerk's Honorarium 200.00 

Clerk's Expense 50.00 

General: 

Director's Travel 3,700.00 

Treasurer 250.00 

Evangelism 13.16 

SBC Annuity 3,931.92 

Insurance - DOM 5,470.05 

Insurance - Secretary 792.00 

Insurance - Property 1,455.00 

Convention Expense 696.55 

Annual Fall Session 160.00 

Spring Session 100.00 

Key Leader 330.16 

Christmas: 

Director 300.00 

Secretary 200.00 

Seminary Extension 

Library Committee 

Missions Committee 680.58 

Miscellaneous: 

Gifts 325.00 

Dues 15.00 

Hugo 17,712.72 

Transfer to Building Fund 2,689.64 

Church Growth Assistance 1 ,800.00 

Simultaneous Revival Expense 1,278.96 

Liquor by the Drink Expense 1 ,430.74 

State Missions for Purchase of Computer 2,884.09 

Christian Homes & Social Ministries 300.00 

1991 Simultaneous Revivals in Brazil 750.00 

Meal - Pastors/Wives Conference 243.25 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS $ 95,839.13 

CASH BALANCE 9/30/90 9,897.64 

General Fund 5,000.00 

State Missions 1,956.42 

Simultaneous Revivals 2,284.47 

P/W Conference Balance 131 .75 

M/S - O/R Training 525.00 

$ 9,897.64 



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Statement of Cash Receipts and Disbursements - Building Fund 

WEST CHOWAN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
Year Ending September 30, 1990 



CASH BALANCE 10/1/89 $ 3,966.25 

RECEIPTS: 

Transfer from General Fund 2,689.64 

Memorial Contribution 25.00 

Contributions for paving parking lot 1 ,924.87 

Music Day Camp Offering 913.80 

Interest on Cash Investment Account 366.98 

TOTAL RECEIPTS $ 5,920.29 

TOTAL CASH BALANCE PLUS RECEIPTS 9,886.54 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

Hymnals purchased from music offering 418.50 

CASH BALANCE 0/30/90 $ 9,468.04 



Regular Building Fund 7,047.87 

Parking Lot 1,924.87 

Music 495.30 

$9,897.64 



Statement of Cash Receipts and Disbursements 

MISSION PROJECTS FUND 
Year Ending September 30, 1990 



CASH BALANCE 10/1/89 $ 8,550.19 

RECEIPTS: 

Contributions from Churches 1,756.07 

Interest on Cash Investment Account 579.18 

TOTAL RECEIPTS 2,335.25 

TOTAL CASH BALANCE PLUS RECEIPTS $10,885.44 



DISBURSEMENTS 

None : -0- 

CASH BALANCE 9/30/90 $10,885.44 



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Contributions from Churches 

October 1, 1989 through September 30, 1990 



Ahoskie First 


$ 5,334.96 


Lasker 


250.00 


Ashley's Grove 


1,500.00 


Lawrence 


425.80 


Askewville 


1,500.00 


Lewiston 


400.00 


Aulander 


750.00 


Margarettsville 


319.61 


Bethany 


1,304.28 


Mars Hill 


504.45 


Bethel 


320.00 


Meherrin 


3,276.35 


Bethlehem 


60.00 


Menola 


300.00 


Brantley's Grove 


697.00 


Merry Hill 


300.00 


Buckhorn 


900.00 


Mt. Carmel 


50.00 


Capeharts 


1,232.58 


Mt. Tabor 


1,081.40 


Cashie 


4,175.81 


Murfreesboro 


2,974.98 


Center Grove 


1,205.37 


Oak Grove 


200.00 


Christian Harbor 


400.00 


Pleasant Grove 


1,214.88 


Colerain 


990.00 


Potecasi 


515.00 


Connaritsa 


300.00 


Powellsville 


1,610.84 


Conway 


3,960.00 


Republican 


800.00 


Creech Memorial 


885.44 


Rich Square 


1,386.00 


Creeksville 


300.00 


Riverside 


500.00 


Earlys 


400.00 


Robert's Chapel 


400.00 


Edgewood 


— 


Ross 


650.00 


Elam 


1,060.11 


St. Johns 


600.00 


Elm Grove 


1,270.00 


Sandy Run 


600.00 


Galatia 


3,000.00 


Seaboard 


366.63 


Green's Cross 


1,167.51 


Severn 


889.17 


Harrellsville 


562.50 


Siloam 


180.00 


Hebron 


- 


Union 


1,876.63 


Holly Grove 


160.00 


Wakelon 


115.00 


Holly Springs 


578.40 


Winton 


4,497.00 


Horton's 


100.00 


Woodland 


1,808.44 


Jackson 


1,400.04 


Individuals 


550.00 


Kelford 


205.00 




$64,361.18 



1990 - 91 Budget 

WEST CHOWAN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



MISSION MINISTRIES: 

1 Missions Committee $ 1,000.00 

2 Seminary Extension 100.00 

3 Training at ODOM 500.00 

4 Family Ministries 1 ,000.00 

CHURCH DEVELOPMENT & EDUCATION MINISTRIES: 

5 Sunday School 500.00 

6 Discipleship Training 250.00 



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7 Baptist Men/RA 500.00 

8 Music 750.00 

9 Youth 600.00 

10 Evangelism 2,284.47 

1 1 Library Committee 50.00 

1 2 Key Leader Training 500.00 

13 Pastor/Church Relations 500.00 

FELLOWSHIP MINISTRIES: 

14 Annual Session 300.00 

15 Spring Session 200.00 

16 Association Facility (refreshments) 100.00 

ASSOCIATIONAL STAFF LEADERSHIP MINISTRIES: 
DIRECTOR 

17 Director Salary 19,660.00 

18 Housing Allowance 8,400.00 

19 Travel 3,700.00 

20 SBC Annuity 3,932.00 

21 Insurance 5,230.00 

22 Convention 1,200.00 

23 Christmas Gift 300.00 

SECRETARY 

24 Secretary Salary 9,000.00 

25 FICA 688.50 

26 Insurance 792.00 

27 Secretary Conference 200.00 

28 Christmas Gift 200.00 

CLERK 

29 Clerk Honorarium 200.00 

30 Clerk Expense 500.00 

TREASURER 

31 Treasurer Honorarium 300.00 

ADMINISTRATION SUPPORT MINISTRIES 

32 Utilities 2,300.00 

33 Supplies 5,250.00 

34 Building & Grounds 750.00 

35 Equipment & Repair 2,000.00 

36 Insurance - Property 1 ,200.00 

37 Printing Minutes 1 ,291 .00 

38 Miscellaneous 500.00 

39 House Maintenance 1,200.00 



$77,477.97 



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TOTAL BUDGET %11 All .91 

Anticipated Revenue Reimbursement from 

State Missions Offering - 1990 3,349.76 

From 1989 State Missions Refund - Designated 

Drum Replacement 1,000.00 

Here's Hope Simultaneous Revival Balance - 

Designated Evangelism 2,284.47 

$ 6,634.23 

TOTAL BUDGET $77,477.97 

Less Anticipated Revenue and Reimbursement 6,634.23 

TOTAL BUDGET NEEDS $70,843.74 



Respectfully submitted, 

Ronald McSwain - Earlys, Ahoskie 

Jack Powell - Cashie, Windsor 

Sadie Whitley - Buckhorn, Como 

Ken Bunch - Green's Cross, Windsor 

John M. Jenkins - Murfreesboro, Murfreesboro 

Joan Home - Robert's Chapel, Pendleton 

Thomas Hale - Aulander, Aulander 

John H. Liverman - Woodland, Woodland 

Mrs. Donald Jemigan - Pleasant Grove, Woodland 

Helen Bazemore - Bethlehem, Cofield 



Moderator's Report 

It has been a real joy for me to serve as your moderator during the transition period 
of our Associational Organizational structure. Our Associational Committees and 
Organizations have done a superb job in carrying out the mission task that has been 
assigned to them. The Associational Council and the Executive Promotional Committee 
has worked hard to execute "the five year growth plan" that was adopted by the 
Association. 

"Here's Hope Revivals" were a great success in our Churches. More people were 
baptized than any other simultaneous effort that I can ever remember us having in the 
West Chowan Association. 

Our monetary giving has been greater than any other year which is a good sign that 
our churches believe in missions and are willing to give sacrificially in order to get the 
job done in our own local area. Let me, as your Moderator, encourage you to strive to 
get your church to give five percent of your undesignated funds to Associational Mis- 
sions. When I came to Pastor in the West Chowan Associaton in 1977 the Associational 
budget was $28,780. This year we are looking at a proposed budget of $77,477.97 of 
which we can reach if we adopt it for the Glory of God. 

My prayer is that God will continue to lead us as we look through the eyes of Christ at 
the Mission Field all around us. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Gerald K. Riggs 



Your Gifts 
Power 

LIFT-OFF 



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Director of Missions Report 

October 1, 1989 - September 30, 1990 



MINISTRY ACTIVITIES 

Preached in Churches 24 Preached Ordination 1 

Worship Services Attended 28 Spoke WMU Focus Week 3 
Taught Sunday School 12 Taught Home and 

Attended Sunday School 7 Foreign Missions Study 3 

Home Visits 16 Attended Mission Study 2 

Funerals Attended 2 Spoke Baptist Men's Breakfast 2 

Funerals Conducted 2 Attended Sweetheart Banquet 1 

Hospital Visits 7 Revivals Services Attended 13 

Church Anniversaries Attended 2 Revivals Preached (five services) 1 

Weddings and Rehearsals 2 Prayer Meetings Attended 5 

Weddings Attended 1 State Missions Promotion 1 

CONFERENCES AND MEETINGS OUTSIDE ASSOCIATION 
Regional Evangelism Meeting - Elizabeth City 1/2 day 

State Convention - Greensboro 3 days 

Committee Planning Meeting - Caraway 1 day 

Easter DOM Meeting - Caswell 2 days 

Baptist State Evangelism Conference - Greensboro 2 days 

DOM and BSC Staff Meeting -Caraway 3 days 

VBS Clinic - Washington 1 day 

Demographics Seminar - Cary 1 day 

Eastern Carolina Evangelism Workshop - Caswell 2 days 

Dedication Baptist Foundation Building - Cary 1 day 

DOM Meeting - Greenville 1 day 

Key Leadership Conference - Caswell 2 days 

SBC Convention - New Orleans 4 days 

DOM Summer Conference - Wingate College 4 days 

Eastern Carolina Evangelism Planning Conference - Kinston 1 day 

State Missions Promotion - Rocky Mount 1 day 

CONFERENCES AND MEETINGS IN ASSOCIATION 

All other conferences and meetings that can be verified by reports made quarterly to 

Associational Council and Executive Promotion Committee: Total 74 

Holidays 9 

Vacation Days 2 

Lonnie R. Armstrong, DOM 



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Executive Promotion Committee Report 



The Executive Promotion Committee met four times during the associational year. 
Each organization director and committee chair-person was given an opportunity to give 
a report and promote their work. 

Rev. Gerald Riggs, Pastor of Meherrin Baptist Church was elected as moderator and 
Mr. Norman Earl Godwin was elected as vice-moderator. 

The committee approved to allow the Director of Missions any honorarium that he 
may receive from any of the churches. 

A computer was purchased for the office. 

A Hugo disaster fund was set up and Rev. Armstrong, DOM, commended the chur- 
ches and particularly a number of the small churches who came through in a very fine 
way in trying to help in a terrible situation. A total of $17,712.72 in contributions came 
from the churches. 

The committee unanimously approved for the Director of Missions to be placed on a 
$700 per month housing allowance beginning October 1, 1990. 

The committee unanimously approved to extend Rev. Armstrong's time of two years 
beyond the age of sixty-five and to re-negotiate at that time for extension beyond, if 
things were going well. This was to be on an individual basis only and would not change 
the present job description. However, when this came for a vote at the Spring Meeting, 
the retirement age of 65 was omitted all together. 

The 1990-1991 calendar was adopted. 

This has been a very good year. A lot of things were accomplished and with committ- 
ment and dedication there are even greater things that can be done. 

Floyd Barmer 
Associational Clerk 

Missions Development Report 

The Missions Development Committee met in January and reviewed the book. 
Church Mission Development. We also looked at our responsibility in the five year 
Strategy Planning for West Chowan Association. 

One of our goals in this planning was to establish new black missions. To do this, we 
were to contact Corbin Cooper for guidance. He came in February. Contacts have been 
made toward starting bible studies and bible schools among the blacks. 

In February, the committee sent $150 to Betty Jo Hensley, missionary in Panama to 
help get supplies for the WMU camp there. 

Rev. Elmer Joyner taught "Missions and the SBC" associational wide in June. 

The amount of $500 was given to aide Miss Anna Belle Crouch to go on a mission trip 
to China to teach English. 

Many thanks to each of you who helped prayerfully and financially for me to work in 
Poland in April and in Brazil in September. 

As outgoing Mission Development Director, I challenge you to share your testimony 
about Jesus Christ with anyone who will listen, every day, that all may come to a saving 
knowledge of Him! 

Prayerfully submitted, 
Corene Harris 



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Discipleship Training Report 



The total Discipleship Training enrollment for all churches in the West Chowan 
Association for last year was 906 (down from last year's total of 959). The number of 
churches reporting Discipleship Training is also down from 23 to 18. This decline in the 
number participating in Discipleship Training resulted in the Discipleship Training In- 
terpretation Seminar which was held this past September. The purpose of the seminar 
was to review Discipleship Training Materials, explain how they can be implemented in 
the church, and to help churches begin, enlarge, and improve their total Discipleship 
Training programs. Twenty-five were in attendance at the seminar. We hope that the 
next year will show an increase in Discipleship Training participation by both individuals 
and churches. 

For the year 1989-90, Discipleship Training sponsored and/or participated in the 
following activities: 

November 1989 "M" Night held at Union Baptist Church. 

April 1990 Association Youth and Children's Bible Drill tournament at 

Galatia Baptist Church. 
May 1990 State Youth and Children's Bible Drill tournaments. 

Director attended Key Leadership Conference at Fort Caswell. 
August 1990 Association Key Leadership Confernce at Ahoskie First. 
September 1990 Discipleship Training Interpretation Seminar at association 
office. 

The Discipleship Training Department promotional strategy for 1990-95 is 
DiscipleALL. Discipleship Training for ALL Church Members. The Associational *'M" 
Night theme for 1990 \s Accept the Challenge: DiscipleALL. The Doctrine of Lord- 
ship will be the Baptist Doctrine Study emphasis for 1991. 



In His service, 
Billy E. Nale 
Discipleship Training Director 



RA Report 

We had a very successful year in RAs. We had RA Week, November 5-12. All 
churches were asked to participate and on November 1 1 we had an RA Rally at Ross 
Baptist Church in Bertie County. There were 48 boys and leaders in attendance. During 
RA Week there was a film shown at the associational office entitled "RAs Go To 
Camp." 

December 2 we attempted to have a World Walk for Foreign Missions. There was 
very poor response due to the Christmas parades. We will try again next year! 

In April we had RA Field Day. It was very well attended by many of our churches. 
Ribbons and certificates were given to each one participating. Refreshments were fur- 
nished by Mt. Tabor GAs. 

In August there was a joint venture with the Associational RAs and GAs to par- 
ticipate in raising money to help pave the parking lot at the West Chowan Association 
Office. This all took place at Chowan College. Those taking part in the walk-a-thon 
were from Askewville, Christian Harbor, Mt. Tabor, Union, Merry Hill and 
Powellsville Churches. 



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We have talked with several churches concerning starting RAs. If you have any boys 
in your church that are not in an active program, why not call me and lets get RAs 
started. 

Thank you for all your support this year. Be sure to look at the calendar for next year 
and plan to take part in RA activities. You won't regret it. 

Rev. Wint Hale, Jr. 
Associational RA Director 
398-3266 

Brotherhood Report 

The BROTHERHOOD is the name of the men and boys mission organization. The 
Baptist Men met twice annually for breakfast. Our April 1990 meeting was held at the 
associational office with 35 men present. The group adopted a project to raise funds to 
pave the associational office parking lot. 

Already given for this project is $1,924.87. 

Approximately $309.00 was raised by the RAs and GAs in our churches. 

The second meeting was held Saturday, September 8, 1990 at Winton. There were 48 
men in attendance. A delicious breakfast was provided by the Baptist Men of Winton. 
At this meeting, the men adopted the project of weatherizing houses for the poor or 
elderly and cutting wood for them. Instead of the project singling out a few homes in 
each county, the men were encouraged to look for opportunities within their own 
church neighborhoods where they could bless some older person or person with limited 
means of buying fuel. 

Thirty-eight of our 60 churches have on-going RA and/or Baptist Men programs. If 
Wint Hale or I can be of any service to the churches in this area, please let us know. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Elmer Joyner 
589-5791 

WMU Director's Report 

It has been a good year working with the WMU in the Association. We started our 
year with trips to Ridgecrest, Caraway and Goldsboro to attend the State Workshops. 
We met in May for our annual planning and enjoyed sharing with the age levels in their 
activities. During the summer months we met and planned for the leadership con- 
ferences. We had a good group attending the leadership conferences, but we need to 
strive to train members of WMU from all 60 of our churches. 

We had opportunities to share with the age level organizations as we had the Baptist 
Women's World Day of Prayer, Manual Studies by all the age-levels. Mission Action 
Fair, Mission Action Christmas Project for Odom, Banquets, Book Studies, Fun day 
for GAs, Christmas in August, Singspiration for BYWs, a trip with Baptist Women to 
the Foreign Mission Board and the Missionary Learning Center, and so many more ac- 
tivities. 

In January, the trip was planned for the State Annual Meeting at Ridgecrest Baptist 
Assembly in Asheville. Several of you sent in your reservations, but we did not have 



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enough to respond, so the bus trip was cancelled. For those of you who had the oppor- 
tunity to attend, it was a very inspiring meeting and really spoke to us at home in our 
missions opportunities. We have two ladies from our association serving on the State 
Board for 1990-91 and are very proud of Corene Harris and Doris Riggs. Remember to 
keep these ladies on your prayer request. We had about 25 from our association to at- 
tend the meeting, inspite of the weather and the long trip. 

It has been a real pleasure serving as WMU Director for the past three years and I am 
sure I will miss the work. Let each one of us keep the WMU Council high on our prayer 
list and support the work of WMU in our association. It takes each one of us to keep 
"Missions Alive." Pray that God will use you and open your heart to his call of mis- 
sions. As God does call you, please respond with the words, "Here Am I, Use Me 
Lord," because you may never have the opportunity to come your way again. 

In everything we strive to do in our church, our association or on the state level, let us 
give God the praise and Glory for a job well don e. 

Love in Christ, 
Julia O. Hughes, WMU Director 



Music Report 

The Music Department of the West Chowan Baptist Association had projects during 
1989-1990 which were entertaining, informing, motivating, and inspiring as we were led 
to greater service for the Lord through music ministries. 

Musicians from many churches were involved in various projects. On October 30 
there were 151 present from 21 churches. Directing the Music Workshops were Mr. 
Charles Storey and Mr. James Reich, from the Baptist State Convention Music Depart- 
ment. They also led the music for the "Here's Hope" Pastor's Breakfast on October 31. 
In November an inter-racial women's chorus of 32 voices sang at the Baptist Women's 
World Day of Prayer. In January 151 singers from 19 churches presented a sacred con- 
cert and led in congregational singing for the "Here's Hope" Crusade Rally. During the 
month of March there was special music during the Week of Prayer for Home Missions. 
In April there was a special session for musicians at the associational VBS clinic. I at- 
tended the State Key Leadership Conference in May at Caswell. The third annual Music 
Day Camp for children in grades 1-6 was held in July. There were 30 churches 
represented with 222 enrolled and an average attendance of 201; perfect attendance was 
181 . An offering of $900 was received to purchase hymnals for the association office. In 
August 12 attended the Association Key Leadership Conference for musicians. 
September was preparation month for the coming year. WCBA received a Music Stand- 
ard of Excellence Certificate from the SBC and NCBSC Music Departments. 

Special thanks go to Mr. and Mrs. Don Gober, Mr. Hugh Patterson, Rev. Lonnie 
Armstrong, and Mrs. Carrie Buck for directing the Music Day Camp; to Mr. Patterson 
for leading the Key Leadership Conference; to the zone directors, Mrs. Amy Hoggard, 
Mrs. Pam Cox, and Mr. Thomas Ruffin, for making contacts throughout the year; and 
to Mrs. Jo-Ann Mizelle for her helpfulness with the many activities. 

To all of you who commit yourselves to minister with God's gift in music week after 
week, you are appreciated. 

It was a challenge, privilege, opportunity and joy to be selected to represent all of you 
in the association for my recent trip to China. I was to teach conversational English dur- 



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ing July and August. There were 44 of 16 states who were pioneers at six universities in 
South China. Mrs. Sue Todd, one of our own is a teacher there. Continue to pray for 
1/4 of the world's population in Asia and the rest of the world with such great needs 
even as we remember one another. Thank you for your thoughts and prayers. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Anna Belle Crouch 
WCBA Music Minister 

Stewardship Development Committee Report 

The Stewardship Development Committee began its year with Bobby R. Stafford, 
director, Associational Development of our North Carolina State Baptist Convention 
leading us in a one night conference on associational stewardship. Our committee is 
looking into ways to let West Chowan Baptist know what ministries we are about. We 
have a sub-committee working on the May 1991 Association Week of Prayer Em- 
phasis. 

A conference was led by Stewardship-Evangelism on the new emphasis of 
"Witnessing-Giving." This was led by Talmage WilHams, director. Stewardship 
Development and Victor G. Cole, director, EvangeHsm Development of our North 
Carolina State Convention Office. 

The Committee met in June, to prepare a budget for the new associational year 
1990-91. It was approved by the Associational Council and the Executive Promotion 
Committee. A letter and copy of the new budget has been sent to our churches. Final 
action will be taken in the Annual Fall Association Meeting. 

In our Associational Key Leadership Conference in August, I shared about our new 
budget and ways to promote stewardship in the local church. 

Your Associational Development Committee covets with you and your church as 
you seek God's will in your commitment and increased giving this new year. Thank 
you for your concern and support of West Chowan Baptist Associaton. 

Ronald W. McSwain 
Director 

Pastor/Church Relations Report 

This committee met twice and planned and prepared for two "Trust-Building" 
seminars; one for the western portion and one for the eastern portion of the association. 
The seminars were held on Monday, August 27 at Creeksville Baptist Church and Tues- 
day, August 28 at the First Baptist Church of A^hoskie. 

Neil Chafin, director of the Pastoral Care Foundation, School of Pastoral Care, Bap- 
tist Hospital in Winston-Salem and a very gifted baptist layman, led the two seminars 
very effectively. He dealt with developing healing relationships, diagnosing and dealing 
with conflicts in the church and role re-negotiation. A total of sixty-five persons 
representing 22 churches participated in the seminars. 

We hope and pray that this is just the beginning of our deliberate efforts to improve 
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Submitted by, 
Joe McLean, Director 



Evangelism 



Permeating all phases of our associational work, evangelism was highlighted by a 
number of events in the year ending with this meeting. 

We began the year with our main project being that of the 1990 Here's Hope Jesus 
Cares for you Simultaneous Revivals - March 18-25. The Here's Hope Association Steer 
ing Committee worked hard. Events such as the two Prayer Retreats, which were in- 
spirational and well attended, the Simultaneous Revival Rally at Chowan College, which 
gave a spiritual lift to all, the Prayer Breakfasts during the week of revival, which were 
excellent, and the support of all participating churches, came together to make for a 
great experience. The publicity was very good, and our publicity chairman was suc- 
cessful in getting valuable publicity donated. Because of this and other factors, such as 
the efforts of the associational office, and use of the Associational Newsletter, expenses 
were kept down. The response of the thirty-eight churches participating was very good 
and, consequently, we had a carry-over of $2,164.17, which is being proposed for 
evangelistic causes in the new associational year. The supreme highlight was in the suc- 
cess of the Here's Hope revivals in the churches. There were 63 professions of faith 
reported, 15 additions by transfer, and approximately 545 other decisions and rededica- 
tions. The evaluation ranged from good to "tremendous success." 

Members of the Associational Here's Hope Associational Steering Committee were as 
follows: 

Reverend Lonnie Armstrong - Director of Missions 
Reverend Cameron Currin - Vice Chairman/Enlistment 
Mrs. Jo Ann Mizelle - Secretary 

Reverend Lemar Wheeler - Fellowship Meetings Chairman 
Reverend John Spencer - Prayer Chairman 
Mr. Jackie Brinkley - Publicity/Media Chairman 
Mrs. Corene Harris and Reverend Gerald Riggs - Moderators 
f Miss Anna Belle Crouch - Music Director 
Reverend Herman Hicks and 

Reverend Cameron Currin - Sunday School Directors 
Reverend Windell Patterson - General Chairman 

In May Reverend Robbie Best, newly elected Evangelism Director, attended the Kay 
Leadership Conference at Caswell. He subsequently led the evangelism conference in 
our Associational Key Leadership Meeting in August. Let us give our best in support of 
him as he leads us in the area of Evangelism. The new emphasis will focus on the 
theme: "THE WITNESS-GIVING LIFE." 

Windell Patterson, Evangelism Director 

Family & Christian Social Ministries Report 

Moderator, Brother Pastors, Messengers: 

It is my pleasure to give you the report of the committee of Six on Family & Christian 
Social Ministries. In keeping with our mandate to conduct surveys to determine needs 
for strengthening, to determine the greatest needs in Christian Social concerns and to 
develop strategies we do wish to report to you those things which we have reported to 
the Associational Council for budget planning and ask your attention: 

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1. As there exists a need for ongoing emergency food assistance, we wish to en- 
courage the establishing and support of Food Pantry's in each of the counties of the 
Association. 

2 As there exists an ongoing need for meeting and modifying according to ihe 
physical changes necessary to afford accessability to churches and residences for the use 
of senior citizens and the handicapped, we wish to encourage the Baptist Mens initiatives 
project to assist with the same. 

3. As there are changes in pastoral leadership, we wish to encourage the establishing 
and support of a new preacher education needs - networking - resources pamphlet by the 
W.M.U. using the many lay and ministerial resources of the churches of the association. 

4. As there is an ongoing need to increase sensitivity and awreness of the needs of 
others, we wish to encourage all that is being done in the name of our Lord to alleviate 
suffering and render assistance each day across the Association by our churches. 



The things that were done during the church year consisted of: 

1. Landscaping the associational office with timbers, new dirt, and bark placed 
around all the shrubs. 

2. A hood was installed over the stove at the association home in Aulander. 

3. The associational home is for sale. The Director of Missions has moved to his 
doublewide mobile home at Route 1 Box 192, Pendleton. 



Respectfully submitted. 
Chairmen, Rev. Harvey E. Jackson 
Ms. Darlene Britton, Ms. Debra Lane, Ms. Jane Taylor 
Ms. Glenda Basnight, Mr. Vernon Baker 



Building and Grounds Report 



Rev. Lemar Wheeler, Mr. Harry Ward 
Co-Chairmen 



Nominating Committee Report 

Officers for 1990 - 1991 



Moderator 

Vice Moderator 

Clerk 

Treasurer 

Parliamentarian 

Sunday School Director 

Discipleship Training Director . . . 

Brotherhood Director 

Music Director 

WMU Director 

Stewardship Development Director 
Missions Development Director . . . 
RA Director 



Mr. Norman Earl Godwin 



. . . Rev. Ronald McSwain 



Ms. Anna Belle Crouch 



Ms. Sally Ann Barber 



Mr. Russell Johnson 
. . . Mrs. Ruth Miller 

Rev. Billy Nale 

. . Rev. Elmer Joyner 



Rev. Stephen Moore 
Rev. Wint Hale 



Mr. Floyd Barmer 



Rev. Gerald Riggs 



Mrs. Doris Riggs 



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Youth Director . . . . 
Evangelism Director 



Mr. Hugh Patterson 
. . . Rev. Robbie Best 



REPRESENTATIVES FOR INSTITUTIONS AND AGENCIES 

Homes for the Aging Mrs. Elaine Myers 

Colleges Dr. Hargus Taylor 

Children's Homes Rev. Joe McLean 

Christian Life & Public Affairs Rev. Thomas Caulkins 

Hospital Mrs. Grace Mitchell 

Biblical Recorder Rev. Jack Byrd 

Christian Action League Rev. James Hester 

COMMITTEE ON NOMINATIONS 
Rev. James Hester, Chairman Mrs. Elaine Myers 

Mrs. Patsy Bryant Mrs. Betty Jean Baugham 

Mr. William Lawrence Rev. Jack Byrd 

Mrs. Herbert Jenkins Mr. Ben Sutton 

Mr. James Martin 



Place and Preacher Committee Report 

Preacher recommendations for the associational meetings: 

SPRING MEETING - April 30, (Tuesday), 1991 
Place: Mars Hill Baptist Church 

Afternoon-Evening (One Day) 4:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. 
Preacher: Ronald McSwain 332-6305; 332-2923 
Alternate: Steve Connerly 348-2890 

FALL MEETING - FIRST DAY - October 22, (Tuesday), 1991 
Place: Conway Baptist Church 

Afternoon-Evening 4:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. 
Preacher: Billy Nale 585-1 174 
Alternate: George Wilmore 356-2488; 356-2217 

FALL MEETING - SECOND DAY - October 23, (Wednesday), 1991 
Place: Ahoskie First 

Morning 10:00 a.m. ^ 
Preacher: John W. Spencer 589-2951 
Alternate: Larry Jones 482-4338 

Recommendations as indicated above are made by members of the committee on 
place and preacher for the year 1991. 

Members of the committee: Bob Rogers, 539-2546; Jean Rogister, 587-9791; 

Thomas E. Ruffin, Jr., 332-3801, Chairman 



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1990 Baptist Hospital Report 



"The largest health-science building program ever in North Carolina has changed the 
landscape on Hawthorne Hill, and the changes continue in rapid succession . . . One 
thing that hasn't changed is the institution's tradition for delivery of compassionate 
health care. That will never change." This statement from Dr. Charles P. Nicholson, 
Jr., Baptist Hospital Trustee and Chairman of the Medical Center Board of Directors, is 
both a report and a commitment. 

Another building in this $190 million expansion program has recently been completed 
and occupied. The Clinical Sciences Building will house most of the Medical Center's 
ambulatory services, and has been termed a "medical supermarket," where patients 
may do "one-stop shopping." The building will also accommodate an Ambulatory 
Surgery Unit, Medical Center Administrative Offices, and other functions. Nearing 
completion, is the Day Care Center for children of medical center employees. Under 
construction, is an addition to the MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) Building, and a 
significant additon to the Patient/ Visitor Parking Deck. Construction on the Center on 
Aging Building is scheduled to begin in early 1991 with the completion date set for the 
spring of 1993. 

The purpose of all these new facilities, according to hospital president, Len B. 
Preslar, Jr., is to "enable us to respond to patient needs better than ever before." In ad- 
dition to continuation and improvement of many established procedures, several new 
diagnostic and treatment programs have been started recently. The Organ Transplant 
Program added a new dimension when it performed the first single-lung transplant in 
North Carolina. Bone marrow transplants are also being performed now in our Baptist 
Hospital. A Cranio-facial Clinic, to correct major deformities of the skull and upper 
face during the first year of life, opened recently. New laser technology provides an im- 
proved method for clearing out atherosclerotic deposits in the carotid arteries of the 
neck. New surgical techniques make possible better treatment of complicated retinal 
detachment. Orthopedic Surgeons began use of the Ilizarov Technique for the repair 
and lengthening of broken bones. New approaches are being used effectively in the 
treatment of children with Cerebral Palsy. Bowman Gray/Baptist Hospital is the only 
medical center in the nation using and evaluating Clinodean, a non-narcotic pain killer 
which has proven effective in controlling pain following surgery and for cancer patients. 

Through these various services we provided 210,456 days of care for 22,607 patient 
admissions last year. In addition to these, there were approximately 388,000 ambulatory 
patient visits in the various clinics, the Emergency Department, the Day Hospital, and in 
Ambulatory Surgery. These patients came from all across North Carolina and from 
thirty-four other states. Also the number of patients being referred to us from foreign 
countries is increasing as the reputation of the Medical Center spreads throughout the 
world. 

The Department of Pastoral Care continues to strengthen its reputation both as a ser- 
vice agency and as a teaching facility. Last year, the department provided more than 
29,000 ministries to hospital patients, almost 19,000 services to families, and more than 
14,000 services for hospital and church staff members and their families. The Minister's 
Care Plan, a joint program with the Baptist State Convention, had 1,446 sessions with 
more than 200 different clergy families last year. The new Missionary Counseling and 
Support Services Program saw 48 individuals in its first six months. The division of 
Clinical Pastoral Education/Chaplaincy had 53 students enrolled. 

During the fiscal year ending June 30, 1990, the hospital received $692,946.24 through 
the Cooperative Program and $271,361.24 through the Homes and Hospital Offering 

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and direct gifts. Cooperative Program Funds are used for the Department of Pastoral 
Care, and other church gifts help to provide Benevolent Care for financially needy pa- 
tients. The hospital staff and patients are most grateful for this continuing financial sup- 
port. 



1990 Baptist Children's Homes of North Carolina, Inc. Report 

For 105 years Baptist Children's Homes of North Carolina has been giving children a 
chance at life. This year we formalized that phrase into our first state-wide fund-raising 
campaign. 

The "Give a child a chance!" Campaign seeks to raise $1 1 million over three years to 
expand Cameron Boys Camp, boost general operating income and increase endowment. 

We will also be able to begin a before and after school care program in Davidson 
County, to give security to children of working couples, who won't have to go home to 
empty houses anymore. 

Some of the endowment earnings will increase training to help staff deal with ever 
changing needs among the 1,000 children and families they serve each year. 

Baptist men of North Carolina have agreed to build the new Tommy and Jeanie Eller 
Chuckwagon at Cameron, saving approximately $75,000 in construction costs. 

Children's hopes were also bolstered by the return of the Thanksgiving Offering voted 
by messengers to the 1989 state convention. While suffering through its 12 year absence, 
BCH lost more than $1 million in revenue. 

In the change from a Homes and Hospital Offering to the Thanksgiving Offering, 
BCH will go 18 months without a special collection, a period that encompasses more 
than an entire fiscal year. For the past five years that special collection has meant 
$400,000 to the ministry, a sum that will be difficult to make up in the 1990-91 budget. 
Some churches aware of the difficulty, have promised to begin receiving the Thanksgiv- 
ing Offering in 1990. 

The Cooperative Program continues to anchor our budget planning from the chur- 
ches. We urge renewed commitment to cooperative giving among our North Carolina 
churches. It is essential, not only for us, but for the entire missions enterprise built 
painstakingly for a century and a half. Baptist Children's Homes receives $1.5 million 
from Cooperative Program receipts each year. That is the stackpole around which we 
build our other income planning. A decrease in Cooperative Program dollars to Baptist 
Children's Homes would seriously jeopardize our ability to care for children. 

In August, BCH signed an agreement with Gaston County Department of Social Ser- 
vices to operate two emergency care homes owned by the county. Taht raises to 1 1 the 
number of emergency care homes BCH operates. That service, in which a child at risk of 
abuse or neglect can receive shelter right away, is the service most in demand throughout 
the state. Children stay a maximum of 60 days while BCH works with the custodian to 
determine a long-term plan of care. 

In 1991 BCH will celebrate the 20th anniversary of the founding of Broyhill Home, 
our westernmost campus, in Waynesville/Clyde. With the help of J.E. Broyhill and his 
family, the home was opened in 1971 on 91 hilly acres. It has capacity for 48 children in 
group care and for eight girls in emergency care. 

Baptist Children's Homes has a 105 year history. But its history is just the knot that 
ties it to a boundless, unbroken ribbon of promise that stretches beyond the future to 



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wrap children and families with eternal blessings. 

Michael C. Black well, President 
Joe McLean, Associational Representative 

Baptist Retirement Homes of North Carolina, Inc., Report 

1990: PROVIDING THE BEST OF TIMES TO N.C. OLDER ADULTS 

Making life for Older Adults the Best of Times is the continuing goal of Bapitst 
Retirement Homes of North Carolina, Inc., which operates four residential facilities for 
Older Adults around the state - Albermarle, Asheville, Hamilton and Winston-Salem. 

In Hamilton, Baptist Retirement Homes has provided assisted living in a residential 
setting for Older Adults since 1962. Getting the word out about the quality of care pro- 
vided by the home is the purpose of a committee that has been formed to help promote 
the Hamilton Baptist Home around the region. Its Ministry is greatly enhanced by the 
strong support of the surrounding community and its churches. The Brotherhood, 
WMU and senior adult clubs at many nearby churches provide fellowship, entertain- 
ment, skills and physical labor, household needs - whatever they see are needed by the 
home. 

The other homes around the state have equally promising years ahead. 

The Board of Trustees of Baptist Retirement Homes applied in July for permission to 
construct the 60 nursing care beds the state is allocating to Buncombe County in 1990. 

State approval of its plans will be the next step toward adding a 60-bed healthcare unit 
to the Western North Carolina Baptist Home. Currently the only nursing care provided 
by Baptist Retirement Homes is the 85-bed nursing-care unit at Brookridge Retirement 
Community in Winston-Salem, the newest facility operated by Baptist Retirement 
Homes. 

In Winston-Salem, Brookridge celebrates its first birthday in 1990. It is the largest of 
the facilities, providing five levels of care - independent living in garden homes, indepen- 
dent living in apartments, and assisted living, intermediate nursing care and skilled nurs- 
ing care in its health-care unit - to 350 Older Adults. 

The Albermarle Baptist Home also provides assisted living to 30 Older Adults. It also 
offers respite care for those families who are responsbible for an Older Adult and need 
some time away from that responsibility. It, and other alternative forms of residential 
care for Older Adults, are additional ways being explored by the Homes to meet the 
growing needs of the Older Adult Baptist population in this state. 

Please pray for our ministry. 

North CaroHna Baptist College Report 1990 

Campbell — Chowan — Gardner- Webb — Mars Hill — Meredith — Wake Forest — Wingate 
1887 1848 1905 1856 1891 1834 1895 

THE TRIPOD 

Dr. S.L. Stealy, the late founding president of Southeastern Baptist Theological 
Seminary, once said, "The Tripod upon which Baptists have based more than one hun- 
dred years of progress has been MISSIONS, EVANGELISM, and EDUCATION. To 
shorten one leg of this tripod is to endanger the whole." This is a statment all Baptists 
should ponder. 

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North Carolina Baptist colleges are guided, as are the churches and the Convention, 
by historic Baptist principles: 

1. The authority of the Scriptures and the Lordship of Christ. Because we regard the 
Bible as sufficient authority, to be interpreted by the individual under the guidance of 
the Spirit of God, we do not need authoritative creeds or ecclesiastical organizations as a 
substitute for the authority of the Bible. 

2. The competence of the individual and the priesthood of believers. Each individual 
has the right to approach God directly, and every individual is competent to deal directly 
with God in all matters pertaining to salvation and the Christian life. 

3. The autonomy of the local church and cooperation in Christian service. Each 
church is congregational in organization, with every member having the right to vote. 
Cooperation, not coercion, is the basis of denominational unity. 

4. Freedom of religion and a free church in a free state. Religious liberty rather than 
religious toleration is a North Carolina Baptist distinctive. 

The enduring ties and relationships between Baptist colleges. Baptist churches and the 
Baptist State Convention help to guarantee the tripod's balance and a healthy spirit of 
partnership in the Gospel. 



North Carolina Baptist Foundation Report 

The historical records of the North Carolina Baptist Foundation will reveal 1989 and 
1990 to be significant in its 70 year history. Organized following action taken at the 1919 
Convention and chartered by the State of North Carolina in 1920 as a charitable cor- 
poration, the Trustee agency of the Convention has only in recent years begun to have 
an impact in providing financial support for Baptist institutions and mission causes. 

Charged with the responsibility of creating greater awareness among Baptists within 
North Carolina concerning estate stewardship as a viable and significant means of pro- 
viding financial support of Christian endeavors fostered by our churches, the Baptist 
Foundation assists individuals in the establishment of endowment and trust funds. 
Through these funds, financial support is provided the donor's chosen Christian cause 
or causes on a continuing basis for years to come, long after the donor's death. 

The growth of the Foundation, in terms of assets managed, has been significant dur- 
ing the past few years. Since January 1, 1988, the assets placed under management of 
the Foundation has increased by over $13 million through May, 1990. This exceeds the 
asset growth goals set in 1986 for a five year period. 

Trust income distributed to Baptist institutions and mission 

causes 1988 and 1989 $ 1,106,930 

Trust income distributed to individuals with Baptist causes 

named as charitable remainderman during 1988 and 1989 $ 1,361,836 

Assets held in trust and endowment funds as of June 1, 1990 

(unaudited) $26,176,481 

Assets held in trust and endowment funds as of 

December 31, 1989 (audited) $18,133,634 

Gifts of appreciated assets, such as stock and real estate, can be placed in trust to 
generate income for individuals and then pay income to Christian causes beyond their 
lifetime. As a result of this unique opportunity to give, older adults are realizing the joy 
of establishing life income trusts. This plan often provides a significant increase in per- 

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sonal income, bypass of capital gain taxes, creation of a charitable deduction for income 
tax and estate taxes, and assures an eventual gift to Christian endeavors. 

A new home for the Baptist Foundation was built during 1989 and early 1990. The 
6,000 square foot office building was constructed from gifts from individuals and is 
located on property provided by the Baptist State Convention next to the Baptist 
Building in Cary. The new facility was occupied in February 1990, and provides much 
needed space for the work of staff as well as for conferences and meetings. 

The Foundation employs seven full time employees and operates under the direction 
of a 20 member Board of Directors elected by the Baptist State Convention. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Edwin S. Coates 
Executive Director 

1990 Annual Report 
Christian Action League of North Carolina, Inc. 

The last twelve months have been eventful ones in the Ministry of Applied Christiani- 
ty. 

LEGISLATIVE ISSUES 

1. GAMBLING 

All three lottery bills died in committee because the pro-gambling forces just didn't 
have the votes. The gambling industry launched a major campaign this year because the 
state was facing a $500 million budget short-fall. They employed the most effective lob- 
byists that can be found in North Carolina. The State Government Employees Associa- 
tion made the lottery its number one legislative objective. Yet, all of this wasn't enough 
because the Christian community spoke up. 

You can rest assured that the gambling industry will be back in 1991. 

2. DRUNK DRIVING 

Proposals from Governor Jim Martin and a Legislative Study Committee that really 
would have toughened our drunk driving laws did not materialize. Some well-known 
defense attorneys made "sham" compromise offers in the House-Senate Conference 
Committee, but the House conferees rejected the offer. In many ways, the Senate com- 
promise would have weakened even our current laws. 

The House Bill provided for: 

a. The lowering of the breathalyzer blood alcohol level from .10 to .08; 

b. The banning of open containers of all alcoholic beverages in motor vehicles; 

c. Increasing the civil revocation of driver's licenses from 10 to 30 days (North 
Carolina is the only state in the nation with less than a 30-day loss of driving 
privileges for registering a .10 or above on the breathalyzer); 

d. Increasing the fines for being convicted of drunk driving (in 1947 the minimum 
fine was $100, and it is still the same 43 years later); 

3. ABORTION 

a. Because of the outstanding work of Representative "Skip" Stam of Wake Coun- 
ty, the House voted to reduce the state's abortion fund from $400,000 to 



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$100,000. These remaining funds could not be used for abortion as a means of 
birth control. They could only be utilized for abortion when the mother's life is 
endangered, or in cases that result from rape or incest. However, the Senate voted 
to leave the funding at its current rate, 
b. A parental consent proposal overwhelmingly passed the House requiring a 
parent's approval before an abortion could be performed on a minor but the bill 
died in the Senate (such consent is required before a school official can give an 
aspirin to a student, but such consent is not required for a minor to receive an 
abortion). 

4. OBSCENITY 

The Senate did approve Representative "Skip" Stam's House bill to make the posses- 
sion of child pornography a felon. 

The U.S Supreme Court, in upholding a Ohio law, stated that the purpose of such 
legislation is to protect the victims of child pornography and that the State of Ohio pass- 
ed it "in hopes of destroying a market for the exploitative use of children." 

We applaud that work of Representative Stam of Wake County (a Deacon in the 
Apex Baptist Church) in his tireless efforts on this legislation. Children deserve the most 
stringent safeguards our laws can possibly provide. 

5. MISCELLANEOUS 

Other legislative proposals such as raising the tax on alcoholic beverages and requiring 
the teaching in public schools of sexual abstinence outside of marriage to combat the 
teenage pregnancy problem were side tracked by the Senate. Incidentally, the tax on beer 
has not been increased in North Carolina since 1969. This reveals how strong the beer 
lobbyists are. 

CHURCH AND COMMUNITY ASSISTANCE 

In the past year, the League has successfully assisted in alcoholic beverage campaigns 
in places such as Hertford County, Pamlico County, Concord, Lumberton, Manteo, 
Morganton, Archdale, Waynesville, etc., in their efforts to defeat various referenda 
such as liquor-by-the-drink and beer-wine sales. 

We have sought to keep the Christian community informed on moral and ethical 
issue through our publication. Tomorrow, and through speaking in churches, pastors 
conferences and civic clubs. 

Thank you for your prayers and financial support in our Ministry of Applied Chris- 
tianity. 

Coy C. Privette, Executive Director 
Joe S. Lennon, President 



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Messengers 



AHOSKIE FIRST: Mrs. Margaret Springfield, Mrs. Lena Jernigan, Mrs. Dot Parker, 

Mrs. Jo Newbern, Mrs. Ella Morris, Mrs. Emily Miller 
ASHLEY'S GROVE: Thomas Colston, Bertha Colston, Reatha Vann, Doris Askew 
ASKEWVILLE: Rev. Freddie Harris, Mrs. Jo Ann Mizelle, Mrs. Sarah Lee Mizelle, 

Mrs. Magdalene Sedath, Mrs. Florence Hampton, Mrs. Kathy Cobb 
AULANDER: Mrs. Cleo Tinkham, Mrs. Glema DeMario, Mr. Thomas Hale, Mr. 

Chip Simms 

BETHANY: Rev. Tommy Tripp, Mrs. Sue Tripp 
BETHLEHEM: Mrs. Hilda Tinkham, Mrs. Clarine Bazemore 
BETHEL: Mr. William S. Nelson, Mr. Harold Massey 

BRANTLEY'S GROVE: Mr. Ezra Vann, Sr., Mrs. Ernestine B. Vann, Miss Viola 

Dilday, Mrs. Charlie Godwin 
BUCKHORN: Mrs. R.G. Whitley, Mrs. Ray H. Craig, Mr. William G. Lawrence, 

Mrs. William G. Lawrence, Miss Hannah Picot, Mr. Cyrus Howell 
CAPEHARTS: Rubelle Jones, Eloise Carter, H.G. Evans 

CASHIE: Mrs. Jack Byrd, Mrs. Virginia Hardison, Mrs. Revah Rhodes, Mr. & Mrs. 

Julian Phelps, Mr. James Harrell, Mrs. Jane Fisher 
CENTER GROVE: Mrs. Eula Harris, Mrs. Margaret Brinkley, Mrs. Vivian Overton, 

Mrs. Gladys Davis, Mrs. Barbara Matthews, Mr. David Brinkley, Sr. 
CHRISTIAN HARBOR: Mrs. Maggie Pearl Lowe, Miss Louise Taylor, Mrs. Lillian 

Norvelle 

COLERAIN: Mrs. Becky Edwards, Mrs. Geraldine Holloman, Mrs. Odell Mitchell, 
Mrs. Helen White 

CONNARITSA: Mr. Henry Spruill, Ms. Lula Chamblee, Mrs. Adelaide Jenkins, 

Mrs. Hazel Francis, Mr. Roy Parker 
CONWAY: Mrs. Edward James, Mrs. Lawrence Ricks, Mrs. C.J. Watson, Mr. R.H. 

Johnson, Mr. Denny Vann, Mr. C.J. Watson 
CREECH MEMORIAL: Mr. Stanley Horton, Mrs. Lillian Horton, Mr. Lonnie 

Skinner, Mrs. Ella Mae Skinner, Mrs. Velma Mitchell, Mrs. Mildred Perry, Mrs. 

Fannie Casper 

CREEKSVILLE: Mrs. Earl Lassiter, Mrs. Leroy Barrett, Rev. Paul Traywick, Mrs. 

L.B. Burgess, Mr. Leroy Barrett, Mrs. Paul R. Traywick 
EARLYS: Mrs. Linwood Britton, Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Myers 
ELAM: Mrs. Mattie Harris, Mrs. Margaret Kee, Mrs. Catherine Painter, Rev. Elmer 

Joyner 

ELM GROVE: Mr. & Mrs. Starkey